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originally posted by: Phage
a reply to: TheScale
if i wanted to just have internet from comcast my bill goes from $108 to $111.
Well that sucks. I have a choice of providers, one of which happens to be my TV cable provider. And I won't give up my phone landline because it works when the power goes out.
See what a local monopoly can do? I don't think the FCC's decision is going to help your situation. At all.
It will really stink when your ISP charges you for downloading YouTube videos because they prefer to promote their own YouTube technology. Or they just want to gouge you for more money.
originally posted by: khnum
a reply to: Phage
Sounds like something I could use I have a HP which had Norton as an OEM install but I got a better deal with Avast,now Norton has somehow activated itself without my permission they better not try and send me a bill.
which released in 1994.
Netscape Navigator is a discontinued proprietary web browser,
So then there is no such thing is there?
The requirements of Title I of the 1934 Communications Act (as amended by the 1996 Telecommunications Act) are readily available for your perusal.
For all we know the utility designation requires them to deliver a minimum 1GB downstream for prices starting at 35.00 ?
Whats that you say, it was replaced by the telecom act of 1996??