High speed options in Saratoga Springs
circle at utahweb.com
Thu Jun 21 00:42:13 MDT 2007
I do not know. I think the deal is being forced by the US government on
ATT and Bell South as part of a merger. I read a little note that one
must NOT already be using the ATT Broadband service to qualify. I heard
a rumor that a friend in the canyons above Coalville qualified. I also
do not know who you have to pay for the DSL tone. Might be whatever
service is on your phone. I also heard a rumor that starting in July 07
one can sign up for a service and pay the DSL tone through some services
rather than having to deal with, in my case, QWEST. Just gave a place
to go and look. ATT does not want to advertise a service they are
apparently going to lose money on. So a bit of detective work might be
necessary. I wonder if this service might include Wireless? Which
would be really useful if you were a traveling person.
Michael L Torrie wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-06-20 at 18:10 +0800, rog wrote:
>> Is ATT in Saratoga Springs?
>> AT&T offers DSL for $10 in some areas
>> AT&T began offering broadband Internet service for $10 a month, half the
>> price of its cheapest advertised plan. The DSL plan introduced Saturday
>> is part of the concessions made by AT&T to the Federal Communications
>> Commission to secure approval of its $86 billion acquisition of
>> BellSouth Corp.
> This $10 deal only applies to bundled service, though, correct? IE you
> have to already be buying phone service through them? Not such a great
> deal if you don't want the phone system.
>> Bryan Sant wrote:
>>> I know many have asked this question before on the list, but I'm
>>> hoping that the old information is out dated.
>>> What high speed providers are there in Saratoga Springs? Are they all
>>> wireless ISPs? Any wired providers? Which of these IPS p0wnz the
>>> Thanks much,
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