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Originally posted on Sweden Street:
I pay 38 dollars a month for my Internet connection. The man across the river pays nothing.
Our little village doesn’t even have cable TV. Until very recently we only had dial-up Internet connection. Now and then we would get flyers in the mail telling us our phone company now offered broadband in our area. I called them up and asked a couple of times, but always got the same answer – that offer didn’t apply to our number. A year ago I heard that our neighbor, who runs a Bed & Breakfast, had DSL from the same company. I called them up again. It turned out our main phone line, which is older, cannot handle DSL, but our third phone line, which is more recent, can. Done – we soon had a DSL Internet connection, and soon a wireless network. Our wireless network has a complicated password; it came…
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