posted on Mar, 15 2012 @ 09:04 PM
reply to post by Morgenstern89
When i worked Infotech Consulting, Time Warner was the only way to go. You could usually get a Business line with a couple static IPs and extra
support beyond the consumer level with iron clad speed agreements for $65/month and up.
Look into the business data solutions opposed to consumer options. You may be surprised.
I'm not saying that Time Warner is the way to go now.
I am, however, suggesting, looking into the business solutions with each provider you're considering.
Further, business contracts get treated differently than consumer level home contracts, even if you're paying similar cost to consumer/home.
Note: the business solution sites are often totally separate from the riff-raff of consumer/home level internet.
You may need search for business comcast, business, time Warner, business, whatever to find the right portal with the information you want..
Pretend you're a home based business. Better speeds and better support home level internet.
I think business internet alone with Concast can be got now for like $60.
Check the business solution side with all the providers before settling.
edit on 15-3-2012 by nineix because: (no reason given)