RE: Need Geek Advice
At home I have dial-up . . . which is very, very, very slow which means I often don't log on at home . . . or at least not on a regular basis.
The local service provider (we're a bit limited as there is a private telephone company in the area) provides DSL, but it's something like $45 a month unless I go with a bundled phone/DSL package which offers a bit of a discount.
Recently I heard of another company that offers a service where they claim uses compressed data to provide dial-up service that is 6x faster than normal . . . I am not familiar with this . . . does anyone know anything about this . . . i.e. is it as good as DSL? could I download music/videos from the Internet as quickly as DSL? Etc.
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