Stephen Shaw sshaw at decriptor.com
Thu Dec 22 09:57:53 MST 2005

I have utopia through xmission.  I highly highly recommend them.   They know
what they are doing, plus no contract.  The outage was caused by xmission
telling them to fix it or they will stop selling it.  They (utopia/dynamic
city?) switch the network and the results have been very noticeable.  They
switch to point to multipoint.

I haven't had any problems since.
All in all I'm enjoying it now.  Xmission is also fast to respond.  I got
help from them at 2 am the other morning.

Plus NO CONTRACT :)   
I think for better service and quality, plus free install.


-----Original Message-----
From: plug-bounces at plug.org [mailto:plug-bounces at plug.org] On Behalf Of
Gregory Hill
Sent: Thursday, December 22, 2005 8:15 AM
To: Provo Linux Users Group Mailing List
Subject: RE: Utopia!

I don't have Mstar myself, but my mom does and both her internet and
phone were out for more than a day earlier this week due to 'viruses'.
I'm guessing their infrastructure is fairly immature, as is common with
new ISPs.  If I were getting Utopia, I'd go with XMission personally,
because they've been around forever and already have stuff like virus
containment set up (I would guess, could be wrong).  I wish PG would get
in on the Utopia project; I must've missed the announcement about voting
for it.


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