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10/29/2013 06:00 AM EDT
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MeasurementBlues   10/29/2013 8:56:13 AM
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I use a 3Mbps DSL line. It's had it's issues, but the ISP (DSLeXtreme) has very good tech support. I keep thinking of upgrading to 7Mbps for an extra $20 a month, but the current speed is fast enough, even for streaming video on two devices (PC and iPad).

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MeasurementBlues   10/29/2013 8:58:42 AM
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Would I get VDSL G.vector if it were available? Probably not. Depends on the cost. It might be more for business customers. Of course, a higher speed DSL might push prices lower on slower speeds, making the mmore affordable.

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