<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>You're married to dial-up anyway.<p><hr></blockquote><p>After 45 years, I sometimes wish that were true. Then I could just hang up.<br><br>Old farts, the hidden caulk of civilization. Jim Atkinson
_________________________ Old farts, the hidden caulk of civilization. Jim Atkinson
Well, a couple things...<br><br>DSLReports has an SBC prequalification forum that is staffed by SBC techs...they can test the loop and be for sure that you can or cannot get any kind of DSL. Anyone that claims to offer you DSL is just going to be reselling SBC's last mile. <br><br>As for Charter, see what their Internet-only plans are. You don't have to have cable TV. I had Earthlink over Time-Warner's lines...cable-TV free. <br><br>
"While many thought the brand was gone, it merely evolved again, and is now back as a broadband giant."<br><br>Complete with a new butt-ugly logo that looks like it was done by a first-year design student.<br><br><br>
I worked on the AT&T account in the 90's. The old meatball was well designed and carefully thought out, and came with a zillion-page style guide to dictate how to apply it in different layouts. But, yeah, the new iteration is as ugly as it gets. A one-page, 3-word style guide would be adequate: Chapter one. Do Not Use! <br><br>
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