The Evolution of Cable High-Speed Internet by primusboy

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									The Evolution of Cable High-Speed Internet
The computer has altered in modern life beyond our wildest imaginations.
Well, I guess I should actually say the PC and Mac. But were really
splitting hairs there, either one of these is offering you a fantastic
service. Since the mid-nineties, many of us have become accustomed to the
home computer. More than likely we have started out with those large
bulky desktop units with giant TV like monitors, but an evolution has
certainly taken hold. The same can be said about our Internet service.
Now a days with high-speed Internet connections we hardly remember those
painfully slow dial-up days. It is now the era of cable high speed
Internet.
Are you currently using a high-speed Internet service? Are you a fan of
DSL or cable high speed Internet? These are common questions recently.
This field is very competitive and great deals are to be had. The basic
questions to ask are you offering and how much will it cost me? That
sounds about right doesn't it? Oh and of course reliability is always a
factor. Of course we all want cable high speed Internet, but we don't
want a fat bill at the end of each month. Being a fan of cable high speed
Internet myself, I have certainly tried my share of services. I first
tried a brand called Roadrunner and found that it performed quite
adequately. Then, because I moved across the country, I gave Comcast
cable high speed Internet a shot. I had no complaints with their service
overall.
More recently I relocated again. This time I had no choice but to give
the local cable high speed Internet service a shot. I'm sorry to say that
it didn't work out too well. While the service worked fine most of the
time, the prices were higher than what I had previously experienced and a
little bit more than I wanted to pay. This is never good! Shortly after
acquiring this new service, I made the decision to go back to Roadrunner,
which essentially provided the same service but at a lower cost.
Do you use dial-up? I hope not because I know how slow and unreliable
those connections can be. Dial-up is certainly a concept of the previous
millennium. And don't you hate that nasty sound when the modem is
connecting to the Internet? You could be enjoying cable high speed
Internet at a reasonable price? If you have yet to try cable high speed
Internet, then I strongly suggest that you check it out. I think you will
be pleasantly surprised at the affordable rates that are offered. While
some people like to save a few bucks and go with DSL, I don't really
recommend it.
I'm on the Internet quite a bit for both work and home use and I have
found that there is absolutely no substitute to the speed and quality of
service offered by cable high-speed Internet. The whole buzz of
technology has worn off, and cable high speed Internet should become the
standard bearer for every household so check it out and see for yourself.
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