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Old 06-19-08, 03:32 AM   #13
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Yeah, that's nuts. We get 10/512 for $35 and 30/768 for $50 on Cable Modem service, with no bandwidth cap. Who needs Fiber when you've got 30mb coax? lol
That 30 megs is shared from the nod on a HFC type system. The fios network in not shared from the node at all or at least isnt over sold from the nod on out to the house.
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Old 06-19-08, 03:05 PM   #14
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Yeah, that's nuts. We get 10/512 for $35 and 30/768 for $50 on Cable Modem service, with no bandwidth cap. Who needs Fiber when you've got 30mb coax? lol
Because I like to have more upload speed than 768...That is a bit weak imo. The 30 down for the price is pretty nice though. I pay $65 for 15/15 (well, 20/20 next week)...
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Old 06-19-08, 05:37 PM   #15
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Because I like to have more upload speed than 768...That is a bit weak imo. The 30 down for the price is pretty nice though. I pay $65 for 15/15 (well, 20/20 next week)...
I can tell you that in the next few months they might be offering higher symtrical speeds then the 20/20 plan, of course in select markets..
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