So technically, I could fire my ISP. But I'd have to quit my job.
On the plus side, my ISP has worked with me a lot on my past connection issues, and when they started installing broadband accelerators they called me to see if I wanted to be part of the beta program (DUH! I said yes almost before the sentence was done!) So I have a good ISP.
Last edited by paddymcdougall; 11-16-14 at 10:37 AM.
Kidding aside, though, I'm so pissed off that it's taking Google Fiber so long to expand to more cities. I mean, Provo? Provo?? ****ing Provo Utah gets Google Fiber before Los Angeles?
It's not about "need," right? If an alternative was of superior value, people would go with that even if they didn't "need" to. Get me something with the same speed and reliability at less cost, and absolutely I'll switch to that. I'll even accept a little bit slower at a greatly reduced cost, more bang for my buck.
One of you will end up here next!