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News: Sprint Broadband selling residential service again

Chacham (981) writes | about 9 years ago

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Sprint Broadband is selling residential service again. Excellent service and helpful technical support. Definitely worth checking out.

The service works with timeslices, so the less people are on, the faster the connection, and with a maxiumum amount of people per server, i never found the service to be slow.

In Detroit, the tower in just north of 8 mile and Wyoming, so most of the suberbs will gets a very close connection.

Sprint Broadband is selling residential service again. Excellent service and helpful technical support. Definitely worth checking out.

The service works with timeslices, so the less people are on, the faster the connection, and with a maxiumum amount of people per server, i never found the service to be slow.

In Detroit, the tower in just north of 8 mile and Wyoming, so most of the suberbs will gets a very close connection.

Too bad i live in an apartment.

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