[SATLUG] SA Broadband Suggestions
ftm at satx.rr.com
Sat Apr 23 08:40:02 CDT 2011
Depending on the service you require there are additional options as well.
In my case I am using Time Warner Business Class and when my subdivision was
built fiber optics was installed as well. I personally have had relatively
few outages or problems. I do have friends who are served by cable that
have had issues as well. I do not recommend AT&T at all for any service.
Partly because of pricing, unreliability and sneaky charges that appear on
your bill. They do, however, offer a 30 day money back guarantee for their
Back to other options and those are wireless service. This is available
from Sprint, Clear, Verizon, T-Mobile, Cricket, Time-Warner and others. The
Time-warner wireless service gives you city-wide hot spots at no additional
Grande Communications is only available on the North Side of the city,
outside of Loop 410, I believe.
TW also includes free anti-virus for windows boxes, although Microsoft
Security Essentials is available for free from Microsoft. None of the cable
or internet services I have been in contact with seem to know beans about
Linux, however my Linux boxes work just fine on my service.
Finally, Welcome to San Antonio.
From: satlug-bounces at satlug.org [mailto:satlug-bounces at satlug.org] On Behalf
Of Charles Hogan
Sent: Saturday, April 23, 2011 7:31 AM
To: satlug at satlug.org
Subject: Re: [SATLUG] SA Broadband Suggestions
There is another choice. I have Grande, and am quite pleased with them.
I think the price is the same as the other guys, it was a bit cheaper when
I switched to them a few years ago. I generally don't have any issues with
service, once every 2 to 3 months, they will go down for a while. Best of
all, they still offer newsgroups, and have a good retention.
On 04/23/2011 12:26 AM, Jonathan Kelley wrote:
>> I have Time Warner for an ISP in El Paso and they are terrible
> Welcome to San Antonio. Time Warner or AT&T.
> AT&T caps their plan at100 GB per month $10 for each additional 50 GB
> bucket of data.
> TimeWarner will sell you the 15mbit plan and cap you at 9 and refuse
> anythings wrong with their network. If you downgrade to the 10mbit
> plan you'll get 3mbit consistently.
> Welcome to San Antonio, the land of no choice internet!
> (I miss Verizon FIOS from DFW...)
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