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 Post subject: How do you connect
PostPosted: Thu Mar 04, 2004 6:05 pm 
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I am just curious to see how many people are using high speed type connections.

Also do you like the connection ?

I use cable.


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 04, 2004 6:17 pm 
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I use a cable connection - Zoom 500. I love it!


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Pfff....who uses dial-up anymore. Actually I used to have dial-up until I hopped on the Broadband Wagon (I know not that funny) and all I can say is "How did I live without this before?"
If you have dial-up you should consider getting cable/dsl it's worth it.


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PostPosted: Thu Mar 04, 2004 7:35 pm 
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I still have dial up at home. Why would I spend good money on broadband / cable / high speed access at home when my personal UNIX computer at work has a direct T1 connection?

Only internet newbies with no other options have broadband / cable access at home :-) :-) :-)


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PostPosted: Fri Mar 05, 2004 1:58 am 
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balducci wrote:
Only internet newbies with no other options have broadband / cable access at home :-) :-) :-)


Or, those of us that get it free because we work for the company! :lol:


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I have High Speed Cable Modem with 1 Mb.
The cost is 28 dollar per month.
And it works very good.
If you play online games and publish webs or download lot of files then its very useful to have high speed connection.


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elimin8or23 wrote:
balducci wrote:
Only internet newbies with no other options have broadband / cable access at home :-) :-) :-)


Or, those of us that get it free because we work for the company! :lol:


Good point!


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I've got Telewest Broadband, I don't know if they have that in America. I don't pay for it so I don't mind, + it is a family Pc (thats why i have it Balducci) It works great and is V. Fast. Mike


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balducci wrote:
Only internet newbies with no other options have broadband / cable access at home :-) :-) :-)

im no newbe and i have broadband and let me point out i have many options. :roll:


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dsl for me


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