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March 18, 2011


Max McCoy

Who will verify that they actually di incease High Speed service? They now allow 20MBPS in my area up from the previous 12MBPS which was all they used to provide. I got it, but the Service is so poor it disconnects all the time and has alot of line noise. Tech says the wiring in the system is over 40 years old, so they never upgrade, just allow faster service at a poor quality to meet FCC guidelines?


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