[opensource] Local ISPs

Larry W Howell lhowell at speakeasy.net
Wed Oct 10 16:35:01 EDT 2007

Adam Porr wrote:
> Hey Wyatt
> Check out Speakeasy DSL:
> http://www.speakeasy.net
> 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.
> Adam
> 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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I'm another very happy Speakeasy customer.  They also allow servers if you are 
so inclined and their support people speak Linux and FOSS.  The speeds they 
offer depend on your distance from your Central Office, just as all DSL 
connections do.


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