Still too much for a residential customer.I live in Chicago and pay $20 for plain old 56K dial up. Paying $30 (OK, $29.99) for something twice as fast and always on doesn't seem like much of an additional burden. I'd sign up if the city went through the effort of studying how best to deploy it, because although there are other high speed options available here they are unappetizing (Ameritech dawdles and dithers when it comes to rolling out DSL service, and we've already heard about AT&T Broadband). Regards,Pup
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