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Old 04-19-2017, 03:43 AM   #1
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FINALLY, got a new phone line in for the "high speed" internet
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Old 04-19-2017, 03:46 AM   #2
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20 Meg we stream Netflix tubi internet and have 9 devices connected no buffering at all Mediacom is cable and ny next door neighbor is the last in line (that explains a lot) his cable comes from Plymouth through Windsor up 308 around 258 and 2 miles down 561 to his house LOL google that and tell ME why his 100 meg is runing at 19 meg
My 20 meg is MINE alone yes its copper wire to the hub in town, BUT its Fiber optic after, they said in 5 years they are going to replace teh copper with fiber optic, when they do that I'll pay the $100 to have a fiber optic run fro the pole to the house

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FINALLY, got a new phone line in for the "high speed" internet
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