Comcast User’s Bot Tweets At Comcast Whenever His Internet Speed Gets Too Slow

Comcast User’s Bot Tweets At Comcast Whenever His Internet Speed Gets Too Slow

Just because you pay for a certain internet speed doesn’t mean you get it all the time. That’s just a sad fact of life: those speeds are an “up to” promise, not a “minimum guarantee” promise. But just how often is a lapse below a certain threshold acceptable? And given that internet speeds are variable, how would you make sure your provider knows? [More]

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Verizon Needs To Sell Me Slower DSL So My Slow Connection Can Get Faster

Fred pays Verizon for DSL service, but his home Internet speeds are now slower than a crawl. This changed after technicians were in his neighborhood fixing the lines. When he called to complain about the slowdown, he was told that his connection was so slow because it was too fast, and they would have to downgrade his account to a slower speed so it would stop being so slow. No, this doesn’t make any sense. [More]

Delaware Might Be Super Tiny But It's Got The Fastest Internet, So There

Delaware Might Be Super Tiny But It's Got The Fastest Internet, So There

Anyone pitying diminutive Delaware might want to think again — small though it may be, it’s got the fastest average Internet connection speeds in the entire United States of America. That’s what we call bragging rights, everyone. [More]