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Anyone have a reliable and cheap ISP that they use for decent speeds?  I'm using Blackfoot DSL and it drops randomly throughout the day and is generally slow even though I have the most expensive package.

Bresnan is probably the best but I don't want to be saddled with their "intro" price that adds fees every month until you are paying $75/month for internet alone and they stuff cable down  your throat and will turn you off if you're slightly past due.

Is there a good alternative in town?
 
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It turns out some kid plugged a play phone into a wall jack and that was causing my DSL issues.  I got so spoiled at my last place with free cable internet that the DSL is a new and strange experience haha.
 
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My cell phone is a blackberry and I went to tether.com and paid $50 so I could use the blackberry stuff for my laptop.  I use it as a backup - but I think for some folks it could be just fine for regular use.

At home (stevi) I use dsl.

 
                      
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If you are not satisfied with your blackfoot DSL service you can switch to flatrate DSl service.It is cheap and reliable.It can work in rural areas also.There are numerous amount of monthly package options.Folks can get maximum saaving through this service.
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