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kreiley
11 weeks ago

I live in a midsize US city, and the fastest internet I can get at home is mediocre DSL. Luckily, my office has some higher speed...

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ernard
19 weeks ago

I was looking at upgrading my internet connection to a higher speed from my current DSL service. The only option I have is AT&T’s U-Verse, which...

Tags: DSL, U-Verse |
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