Superfast Broadband Development Still Going Slow: Internet News
Anyone know just how widespread & how fast the high speed internet is in Austin, Texas?
The article is about rural broadband; Austin is not rural.The link text was so dark I could hardly see it. Once I clicked on it and came back it was gone unless I put my mouse over the blank spot.They are not aware
That's sucks about the link, and thanks for telling me the rural part. I read the article, but apparently not very well.I will fix the link and the appearance of it for other readers. Thanks for letting me know.
By the way, I knew that article was about rural DSL, but I figured since the article was about DSL I would ask about Austin's DSL.
Oh, and I know Austin is not rural.
Oh, I see. I would think that since Austin does qualify as a city that high-speed would not be a concern.Maybe this link will be of helphttp://www.highspeed-internet-providers.com/compare-internet-providers.htmlGood golly the wind is blowing out there; that is kind of rare for us.They are not aware
Yeah, I was just curious if I could find out how fast the speeds were. Having not lived in a city since experiencing DSL, I'm just a curious George :) That's one of the things I'm most exited about having... high-speed that I can actually watch streaming videos with, without buffering constantly. Thanks for the link.
Wow, Centurylink is definitely taking advantage of being able to hold us rural folk over the proverbial barrel. I'm not surprised, they're just doing what's best for their business, but still. Oh well, C'est la vie.
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