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Are you allowed to go wireless; is it possible to connect multiple computers in your house (wired or wireless) on one incoming line? Are the most connections through phone-lines (adsl) or through cable or glass-fiber? What is the average speed? Download and upload? Are there still dial-up numbers? Just curious.
wannashareit wannashareit 51-55, M 6 Answers Nov 26, 2012 in WTK

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It's $ 30 a month for internet through A.T.& T package deal and we have wireless as well included through out the house.

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I think mine is $30 for $40 a month. I have yet to exceed my allotted bandwidth. It's some form of cable fast, but, of course the line from the modem to the PC is essencially DSL. I can put more than one computer on the connection or do wi-fi if I choose to. This is with a regional provider called Knowlogy in Lawrence, KS.

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one dollar is way too much to pay for now that our government wants to take our freedom away and read our e-mails

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So why haven't you cut your Internet off? [:>{)

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Why is your smiley wearing a wig?

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That's quite true. Are they busy still approving this bill?

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PS: There's always VPN.

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I have wifi in my home and connect several devices to the router, as well as hardwire. I pay about $40/month and it's well worth it because we use the internet every day, especially for Netflix, we do not have cable or satellite. I have not heard of anyone currently using dial up, it's mostly cable or DSL...some fiber.

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