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After year after year of my free dial up account from FIU (god bless them), I am finally making the decision to get High Speed Cable. However, I need help.

 

My house was built almost 11 months ago so obviously when I go to the different ISP's website I supposedly can't get service. However, I know they will give me service.

 

Which of these ISP's should I get. I want 3-4mbps.

-Adelphia Power Link

-Bellsouth Fast Access DSL Ultra

-Cox

-Charter

-Earthlink

-Comcast

-Road Runner

 

Feel free to share your opinion about your current ISP.

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We've had BellSouth Ultra and Extreme.

 

For the extra $5 bucks a month, I saw no appreciable difference.

 

I am waiting for Comcast to come into my area though.

 

One difference I found with BellSouth. At my old address, even though we had the Extreme (the fastest) there were still some long load times.

 

At the new address, which doesn't need a modem, I am getting faster speeds with the Ultra. In fact, sometimes, they're faster that the Extreme.

 

God bless fiber optix.

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Comcast 4.0 Mbps

 

I was a former Bellsouth DSL customer since the first day it was available in my area (around '98) and I experience alot of problems with down time.I switch to comcast a couple years later and I have no complaints.

 

You live in S.Florida?

 

I did not know Adelphia was available down here.

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