cable internet service and will transition its users prior to the
agreed 28 feb 2002 date.
cnet has been a good reliable source of info on this lately.
seems to be a classic case of the different parts of the same
organization working against the common good
may have tried to drive it's price down prior to the withdrawal of
its bid to take it over.)
> probably FOREVER! RUN! RUN!
> know in Charleston, SC, have gotten no word at all on what will happen
> to their cable internet service when they pull the plug on the
> Stay far away until there is SOLID service on the cable again. You
> really don't wanna be a paying beta tester for the new system, do
> larry.....former customer. The email address still works because
> >I'm gonna get it in a week or so (tired of Verizon). I currenty got 1.5
> >Verizon but i'm sick of paying 90 bucks a month for JUST fast
> >connections (with
> >crappy newsgroups servers and -more importantly-slow ,destructable mail
> >servers). I figure, even with the cable lines being fragmented and
> >shared ,
> >you can't beat 2 mb download for half that price and ,hopefully, working
> >(i'll just use aol for newsgroups for now ;P).
> >Is it any good? do they suffer TOO MUCH from shared cable (i live in the
> >County , Maryland area) and is there newsgroup servers any better than
> >What we do in life last an eternity
> > - Maximus, Gladiator
> >iT NeVEr eNdS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
... george, george, george of the jungle, watch out for that tree .....