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    Sorry about the down time!

    We lost our Uplink from At&t and it took them some time to replace the switch. I hope they got it corrected now!



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    They did, I was sweating bullets. Didn't think I was going to get my DT morning fix.
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    Thanks for the heads up Brian .. I thought I'd broke sumthin'

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    It's kinda odd that a refrigerator is more reliable than the internet...

    It's kinda ironic that AT&T has the outage and coverage issues, considering their "Ma Bell" heritage and the former dedication to reliability and service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eepete View Post
    It's kinda odd that a refrigerator is more reliable than the internet...
    LOL..Your right...no good comes from when your "locked in" to a service provider...Your XYZ Brand fridge dies at a young age, chances are you'll ditch the brand and go to another brand...if your internet is spotty, what are you really gonna do? Not like you can choose from 10/15 carriers. I know I'm limited to 2 at home...

    Quote Originally Posted by eepete View Post
    It's kinda ironic that AT&T has the outage and coverage issues, considering their "Ma Bell" heritage and the former dedication to reliability and service.

    Pete
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