Yes, we live in a rural area. No, we do not have U-verse. No, we do not have DSL.
So we've noted for a while how despite all the hype surrounding next-gen wireless and gigabit fiber builds like Google Fiber, vast swaths of this country are actually facing less broadband competition than ever before. That's in large part thanks to the nation's phone companies, which have effectively given up on upgrading their lagging DSL networks at any real scale. One net result is millions of customers paying an arm and a leg for sub 6 Mbps DSL service that doesn't even technically meet the FCC's new standard 25 Mbps definition of broadband.
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Some forums can only be seen by registered members. I am moving to New Territory in Sugar Land, and need advice from current residents regarding which broadband internet access I should get. Is this true? Are there any other broadband options in New Territory?
However, the company has committed to improving its equipment and is one of the few providers with no data caps. Windstream offers several options for internet, TV, and phone service bundles. Windstream plans to expand Kinetic into more areas in the near future.
But Mark Creekmore, who lives in Dawsonville, reports his speeds sometimes barely reach 1Mbps during the afternoons. Duane Hartness, a Windstream customer, says Windstream has oversubscribed their service by continuing to sell broadband on a network that is overcrowded as-is, which slows speeds for every customer. Creekmore wants every Windstream customer in Georgia that is dissatisfied with their broadband service to file complaints with the state agency.
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Can't do anything. Barely surf, barely load a 2 minute long Youtube video! Why is it Windstream DSL sucks so bad?