I've always found the same feelings out in the public. Perhaps a quality standard (and award) should be defined for our industry?
That said, I also find most of the issues are interference related ;(
On 8/16/05, Rick Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Look at what people are saying in everyday conversation on isp-clec.
"It's been several years since I tried to overcome these issues but I don't see where they have changed one bit. So in our area you have 4 choices for internet; wireless (lacks dependability), cable, satellite and Qwest (or a Qwest reseller). Just what the commissioner meant when he said we have real competition..."
I replied with the fact that in 3 years, Sprint DSL has been down in our area for 2 weeks...while we've had a total of 1 or 2 days...
Still, this perception HAS to change... I imagine only a massive marketing campaign from a telco would be ABLE to change it...
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