Steven Alligood steve at
Wed Aug 22 09:49:59 MDT 2007

You are still voting with your wallet that what they are doing is OK.

You claim they are the only game in town, but they are not.  You have 
wireless.  You have dialup.  You can go across the cel phone network if 
you want.  Sure, they aren't nearly as fast, but they are there.

Point of fact, Internet Access is not a protected Right under the 
constitution.  They offer a service; you can pay for it or not.  If you 
don't like the market you are in, change markets. (and yes, I know 
moving is extreme, but it is always an option).

They are giving specifically what they claim, and are occasionally 
changing things they do not specify.  Just because you assumed when you 
signed up that some undiscussed abilities were there when you signed up, 
doesn't mean they don't have the right to change them when the business 
model shows otherwise.

Whatever you think, they are within their legal rights.


Thad Van Ry wrote:
> I am not one that "they are loosing(sic) money on" and I would love to
> switch to something else. Unfortunately, for me, they are the only
> "High Speed" internet alternative. I can't get DSL where I live and
> wireless is only slightly faster than dial-up.

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