ISPs in Lehi (was ISPs in Eagle Mountain)
S. Dale Morrey
sdalemorrey at gmail.com
Fri Feb 17 13:47:28 MST 2012
I haven't seen anyone mention exede but it's a decent option if
latency isn't a problem.
Also clearwire/sprint have 4G service in Lehi.
On Fri, Feb 17, 2012 at 9:26 AM, Joshua Marsh <joshua at themarshians.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 16, 2012 at 23:54, Jessie Adan Morris
> <jessie at jessieamorris.com>wrote:
>> Now I have to ask about the options in Lehi. It doesn't seem like there is
>> other than Comcast and Qwest and Digis. Is there anything a bit faster
>> that isn't over $100 a month?
> Qwest, Comcast, and Digis cover pretty much all of Lehi (I haven't seen a
> place they don't). I tried Clear for a few months where I'm at now (just
> off Main St). It worked OK, but the speeds weren't fast enough for my load.
> Lehi's internet services are about as sporadic as any where I've seen. I
> was getting 7 Mbps with Qwest, but was having terrible connection issues.
> They weren't helpful, so I tried Clear. That wasn't fast enough, so I went
> back to Qwest and got a decent technician out here. He said the line
> quality only allowed for 5 Mbps. After downgrading, there we no connection
> issues, but it was a bit slow for my taste. I'm stuck with it until I move
> though and I'm definitely not moving to an area without checking first. :)
> I told my neighbor about the above story and he LOLed. He has 40 Mbps and
> is lives stones throw away from me. I'd guess that if you find a newer
> house in Lehi, it will have decent service. If your house was built before
> 1980 though, you may not be so lucky.
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