[opensource] Local ISPs

Adam Porr porr.4 at osu.edu
Wed Oct 10 16:17:00 EDT 2007

Hey Wyatt

Check out Speakeasy DSL:


I've been very happy with their performance and customer service. They
aren't the cheapest, but I've found them to be at least as solid as my
AC power. They have a variety of packages depending on how much you
want to spend. They also explicitly allow you to share your connection
with neighbors if you wish.


On 10/9/07, Wyatt <trent.arms at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm looking for ISPs in the (campus) area.  Maybe one, maybe a combination
> of a few, but the major requirement is good up- and down-stream bandwidth
> and the ability to have multiple lines.  Good service and equipment, or at
> least service and equipment significantly above rock-bottom (Time Warner)
> would be nice as well.  Does anyone have any recommendations?
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