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Verizon DSL vs Comcast Cable

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On Sun, 22 Feb 2004 10:35:26 -0500 (EST)
Mike Gorse <mgorse at> wrote:

> Contiental Cablevision?  I haven't ever heard of them.  How much do
> they charge?
They became Mediaone then ATTBI then Comcast. They were testing Cable
Internet way back in the early 1990s. I signed up in 1994. I had an
existing thin-wire network at home. When I ordered my cablemodem, the
ordering people had never heard of thin-wire. At that time, the cable
modem had an AUI connection and they would provide and AUI-BNC or
AUI-10baseT adaptor. 

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