rick at linuxmafia.com
Fri Jun 17 13:58:29 PDT 2011
Quoting Daniel Gimpelevich (daniel at gimpelevich.san-francisco.ca.us):
> Fusion _now_ includes a voice line, which used to be optional, but they
> no longer offer the service without it. Last year, they did. Also, they
> don't cap speeds/syncrates, which is why they have only one price in
> each category, at whatever the line will take. With RawBW, is the price
> based on what the line will take, or is it an up-to rate? Also, since
> the CLEC aspect is the same, is the voice line possible on it for an
> additional fee? In any case, RawBW doesn't seem to be providing anything
> Fusion isn't, so as I said, the same deal, just higher prices.
If I had to guess based on the list of central offices, I am gathering
that this is early days for Raw Bandwidth / Mike Durkin's offering, so
I'll be waiting for the full rollout to assess it.
Were I in his shoes, I'd doubtless not offer voice service at first,
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