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Old 03-26-2006, 05:55 PM   #1
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Default Cox High Speed Interent vs. Version FIOS

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I want your opinion on the current best ISP from Cox and the new competitor from Version, the Version FIOS
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Cox was good when I had it.
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have you tired the new version fios?
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i havn't had the fios but i love cox. it's really fast and it seldom goes down at all.
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Old 03-27-2006, 04:18 PM   #5
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well, is there a difference between and single "connection" (version fios) or connection used by the whole neighborhood (cox)? the representative told me about how it fios was streamlined by yourself instead of the whole neighborhood
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well yes if tons of people are using the same internet at once it can slow down, but i havn't really noticed it at all slow down so i'm pefetly happy with cox.
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GET THE FIOS!! i was just reading about it and for 50 bucks a month you can get 15mbps down, 2mbps up! and not only that its fiber optic so its sounds cool too! i was just reading about fios like yesterday because i heard comcast it announcing their fios type thing with 16down/1up, which i dont think is better than fios. since were paying alot for comcast already, im going to convince my dad to get fios. sadly, its not available here yet. YET. soon as i find out its available, its mine!
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lol, yea im going to test FIOS this month, i mean c'mon fiber optics sound cool lol
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