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Looking for a fast internet connection


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First I should say I have 56k and use MSN to get on the internet. I have tryed for many years to get a highs-speed internet connection, but to no success. In the area I currently live now, we have only access to bare minimum internet, such as 56k. I can also can get Satelite I have checked it out, but it costs around 700$ to install and 80$ a month, which is a tad bit expensive for me. Anyways I am currently building a new computer, and I was hoping to get the new MMORPG World of Warcraft for it. Unfortanitly I do not think 56k will work very well with it. I know a friend who lives a little ways a way whom plays WoW, but he uses a Wi-Fi network, which confuses me, because I thought you could only use premade hotspots. My question is, I need help finding a suitable high-speed service that is affordable and well, high-speed.
Any help is appreciated, you can email me at GravityBoarder12@msn.com or you can just reply to this. Thank you for your time and have a nice day.
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the issue with broadband is it can vary what provider has dsl/cable/wi-fi ect ect in your area.
what you should do is find out what companies with broadband in your area.
go to their website and find something about availably. the provider's site will most likly will ask you for your address for cable and dsl will ask for your phone number.

Edited by RogueComGeek, 18 June 2005 - 12:25 PM.

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Thank you for your speedy reply. The main problem is, I have already checked for avalibility, there is no high-speed internet service avalable where I live. The one thing I was wondering was how my friend got a Wi-Fi service in the exact same area I live. Thank you for all your help and have a nice day.
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did you ask him who he gets the service with?
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Thank you again for a speedy reply I will ask him next time I see him. Thank you for your help.
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