Reply to post: Don't you mean $2000/month?

5 reasons why America's Ctrl-Z on net neutrality rules is a GOOD thing

Kevin McMurtrie Silver badge

Don't you mean $2000/month?

Right now in Silicon Valley: Comcast Business 75/15 Mbps with static IP addresses and no blocked ports costs $198 a month. Comcast Xfinity does not allow incoming connections and it blocks ports. Competitor Sonic could get me 6/2 Mpbs bonded ADSL2+ for about $120/month but IPv6 remains broken. AT&T's Uverse doesn't allow incoming connections, they block ports, and it costs extra to opt-out of spying.

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