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  1. fred says:

    NOT TO US!! Broadband as I have stated here for a while now is a minimum of one gigabit (upload and download). Nothing lower is acceptable!

  2. Earl says:

    This is the same AT$T that says they have no plans or interest in providing service to rural America.
    This is the same AT$T that will lobby to keep you from starting your own community owned service.
    And this is the same AT$T that WILL charge you for 200kbps like it’s fiber optic broadband in 2012.
    Is it just me or has AT$T become synonymous with FAIL?

  3. sgt says:

    I think they all need to be stomped on. They’ve gotten away with so much, and are so abusive. I’d like to knock them all on their as*es. They do it because they can. Somebody gets their pockets lined and they (particularly ‘the big three’) get more arrogant with each passing day. Do less and demand more for it…

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