...got a knock on the door yesterday, it was a AT&T guy telling me they just ran fiber in my neighborhood and I am eligible for it, just have to bundle it with Dish network, which I hate satellite for TV as it's been known to go out at any given time.But they are offering the premium TV package and internet 50 / 25 fiber is available right now.But really soon it'll be 100/100 but the package they are offering is cheap every channel you can think of and 50 / 25 fiber for 100 bucks a month,2 year contract and can renegotiate for the same price after the contract is up.
Here's the problem, you guys know I just had a dedicated gaming line with AT&T (DSL) for a year, the price was great.After that they tripled it and I said see ya.So there's a little mistrust there,I have Spectrum (charter) and it's cable, which sucks but the price hasn't changed in 7 years as were grandfathered in.
So I got an AT&T tech coming tomorrow so I can talk to him about where the hub is from my house,if I have to use their equipment and some more stuff I want to know before I commit.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong but from the hub, it will be cable run to my house as I know it's not fiber to the door.So what's considered a good distance to be from the hub ? As that will be a big factor also,I don't want to be 3 miles from the hub as that's a lot of cable.