Well, I can’t say I prefer dial-up, but it’s not that bad at times. I use it in my home office, as the cost to upgrade to DSL is not worth it. For my other office, where I’m at most often, DSL is what I use, as my online use is more.
The NY Times writes …People like Ms. Jenkins are neither Luddites nor laggards, but consumers content to pay for a service that is less than optimal, and at times even frustratingly slow, because they say greater speed is not worth the trouble of starting over with a new telecommunications provider and getting a new e-mail address, even if the added cost is small. (full story)
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