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Reply Sorry, I'm new to this....can you suggest other providers? I am not on cable. And yes, I know ISP's will not admit anything!

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    Leethedeuce was very helpful and had many outstanding suggestions! Thanks for your support, Lee.

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Http://www.dsldealfinder.com/dsl-in-my-area.html
Here is one website among many to find providers nearest you. I would call around find the best rates and then also do a google of the company to see how their customer service is in general. I am glad to assist you further and if you could accept and rate your original post and my solution I would greatly appreciate it.
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Lee

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