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Thread: Why I hate Time Warner Cable

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    ^ Well I am not 'happy'.. I am more or less... content?

    U-Verse is slow and expensive as well. The only thing they have going for them are their upload speeds because TWC feels the need to keep us in the stone age here at .5mbps.
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    Yes upload speeds suck regardless...

    Actually on Monday, there was a city wide outage for almost the entire day.

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    Tv

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    my speed

    Its 11:50 pm and this is what i typically get all day

    This is a server in california compared to the Charlotte one.


    upload sucks, but im only paying for 6 Mbps down and i get over 10 all day

    I looked into Northstate communications and liked the idea of their 10 up/10down, 20/20, or 30/30 plans and they are like the same price, but they don't offer it in my city.

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    Is it really so bad??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heclin View Post
    Is it really so bad??
    Yes Of course...


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