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Calman

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Once you have it and get use to it,if you have to go back it seems twice as slow.
I retired about 4 yrs ago and moved out to the country and had to do without high speed for about three months.I would hardly even get online.

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We had been staying in my dad's guest house in Dallas while we were in the process of buying our ranch, so I got so used to DSL. Once we moved in, I figured I could live with dial-up again, just to save a little money (DSL/Broadband) isn't available here. Nope. I literally was in tears one evening trying to buy some curtains. It took me four hours! Needless to say, we called Hughesnet the next day.
 

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TC Cattle":2pvreyph said:
We had been staying in my dad's guest house in Dallas while we were in the process of buying our ranch, so I got so used to DSL. Once we moved in, I figured I could live with dial-up again, just to save a little money (DSL/Broadband) isn't available here. Nope. I literally was in tears one evening trying to buy some curtains. It took me four hours! Needless to say, we called Hughesnet the next day.

I'm so sorry. :cry: But I understand when it is the best you can do. :( . :)
 

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