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Roadrunner or At7T High SPeed Internet Express Pro?

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Ok so AT&T is availible in my area. I have roadrunner. I pay $45 a month while the other is $17.99.

What is faster? The other one has 3.0mps No idea what my roadrunner has...thier site is currently a maze of NBA bulls***.
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Roadrunner is 5Mbps down and 380Kbps up.
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So it is faster...expensive anyhow.

Why verizon doesn't get here with it's fiber optics connections beats me. In fact , thier fiber optics service is cheaper then my roadrunner.
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Pentium 660 PW5D2 premium w/t Wifi XFX 7800GTX 1 Gb Corsair XMS2 5300 
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Yes, but Verizon FIOS is in its' infancy right now and is available in limited areas only. That is a costly venture for Verizon as they have to run fiber to everyones house that wants the service.
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