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It felt wonderful to tell Frontier to go **** themselves. I was paying twice this for dumpy 12/1 ASDL; good riddance.

Hello gigabit biggrin.gif First world internet, finally *sniff*

I had to suffer that terrible internet company back in the day for DSL. Up in Illinois, lived a rural area where literally every surrounding town had comcast cable, and our town still only had DSL...from Frontier. By far the worst internet I've ever used in my life.

They FORCED you to have an active phone line in order to have DSL, even if you didn't want a phone. There was no way to get around it. I found out later that the State gave kickbacks for every active phone line in the city, and that directly explained why Frontier forced an active phone line for DSL - when I confronted them and told them that DSL doesn't require an active phone line, they told me I was wrong (even though I worked for an ISP that supplied DSL and the spec requirements for DSL do NOT require an active phone line). So basically, Frontier double-dipped and got kickbacks from the State for active phone lines, and then charged people 40 dollars a month for a phone line they would never use, on top of 60 dollars a month for terrible 10/1.

Suffice it to say, collaboration and collusion between the ISP (Frontier) and the city kept them as the monopoly in the area and then ripped off every single person in the city because they had nothing else to use/knew better/could do nothing to change it.

I have a hatred for Frontier that has not ebbed in over 10 years now, I will talk bad about them to whoever I can, and if anyone ever has an option to go either Frontier or something else...choose the something else. I can't guarantee it will be better, but I can guarantee it won't be worse than those crooks.
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I had to suffer that terrible internet company back in the day for DSL. Up in Illinois, lived a rural area where literally every surrounding town had comcast cable, and our town still only had DSL...from Frontier. By far the worst internet I've ever used in my life.

They FORCED you to have an active phone line in order to have DSL, even if you didn't want a phone. There was no way to get around it. I found out later that the State gave kickbacks for every active phone line in the city, and that directly explained why Frontier forced an active phone line for DSL - when I confronted them and told them that DSL doesn't require an active phone line, they told me I was wrong (even though I worked for an ISP that supplied DSL and the spec requirements for DSL do NOT require an active phone line). So basically, Frontier double-dipped and got kickbacks from the State for active phone lines, and then charged people 40 dollars a month for a phone line they would never use, on top of 60 dollars a month for terrible 10/1.

Suffice it to say, collaboration and collusion between the ISP (Frontier) and the city kept them as the monopoly in the area and then ripped off every single person in the city because they had nothing else to use/knew better/could do nothing to change it.

I have a hatred for Frontier that has not ebbed in over 10 years now, I will talk bad about them to whoever I can, and if anyone ever has an option to go either Frontier or something else...choose the something else. I can't guarantee it will be better, but I can guarantee it won't be worse than those crooks.

To this day they still do that. That ISP is one of the worst in the country.

Among the other things I've had to deal with:

-Have been charged for multiple modem rental fees, even though I use my own stuff and returned theirs
-Constant issues at the local CO, not the least of which include power loss and flooding (yes, with water.)
-Potato tech support until tier 3
-Destruction of private property when performing any maintenance on lines present on my land

Truth speaker. I call you brother.
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I am kinda shocked to see people still struggling with sub 1MBit internet but hey, the US is MUCH bigger and divided than our part of the world (western Europe)...
60 euros a month here gets you digital HDTV, a phone line (which we never use but it's an all-in one bundle) and a symmetric fiber 500MBit internet with no strings attached - 500Mbit all day long.

Having said that, even here there are still a lot of crappy provides where you really get what you pay for, like 15-20 euro's for 20-30Mbit VDSL and the cheapest routes money can lease resulting in massive pings to certain locations.
Edited by Martin778 - 4/26/17 at 3:34pm
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No FIOS in SoCal...I do get 125MBps (locks 125, the plan is 100/10) through TWC / Spectrum for the same price as that GBit tho... mad.gif
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The $70 is only the introductory price for new customers. After one or two years it goes up to normal - whatever that is for when the time comes.

http://www.theverge.com/2017/4/25/15423998/verizon-70-gigabit-costs-more-pricing-upgrade
 
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>move to england
>get 1Gbps/s in your house

Well i'm pretty lucky

its only £35 a month.
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or to Japan 1Gbs with NTT/sonet ISP unlimited/uncapped for 5,000Yen or 45USD
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and here i am begging for more than 56K at my house frown.gif

Tell me you're lying?
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>move to england
>get 1Gbps/s in your house

Well i'm pretty lucky

its only £35 a month.

Who is your supplier?

 

I have 1Gb/s up/down and I pay £60.

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