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Recommendations of a good ISP and Phone service needed.... Answered

I need a recommendation for possible ISP's and phone service bundles.   I have been looking at the AT & T one and a higher priced one from Quester, but am undecided at this point, since my verizon line will not stay connected long enough for me to search the web from click to click, much less "surf" the web *sigh*

The location would have to be in Lancaster County, PA  (that's the USA for those outside the USA). :-)

One ISP/Phone combo we've been looking at is:  Open range, anyone know anything about it?

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kelseymh

8 years ago

Hi, Goodhart. It might help people to give you more focused recommendations if they knew where you were located. In my own experience, third-party providers (those who don't actually own the hardware) can vary hugely in performance because the hardware is different in different areas.

We are using AT&T here, because there's no fiber pulled to any of the homes in the neighborhood. The third-party ISPs are dependent on AT&T's copper, so why pay extra for someone else's profit?

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Goodhartkelseymh

Reply 8 years ago

The addition didn't seem to help any ....

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Goodhartkelseymh

Reply 8 years ago

Right-o; sorry.....I am looking into AT & T and possibly this "wireless" option where I would be independent of the old wiring in my home.....at the moment.

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Goodhartkelseymh

Reply 8 years ago

From a cursory reading on LightSquared, it looks entirely possible. I will have to look into them a little more closely to make sure.

Thanks for the heads up on that.