[sf-lug] Sonic and modems

Zach Hanna chezbut at gmail.com
Mon Dec 3 18:17:48 PST 2012

I rented a fusion modem from them when I had fusion service and it went
pretty well.
I think part of the reason they rent them is because they are hard to find
(for bonded service) elsewhere. Buying a single line ADSL2 modem at retail
is not hard, but getting one that does channel bonding (not to mention
setting it up) is harder.

On Mon, Dec 3, 2012 at 6:46 AM, Romel Jacinto <penguin at techbandit.com>wrote:

> On 12/02/2012 10:25 PM, Alison Chaiken wrote:
>> I am using a purchased DSL modem with Sonic, but I have the Fusion
>> service.   I used a purchased modem when I had just DSL too.
>> Perhaps the deal varies depending on where the customer lives?
> Perhaps you were grandfathered in under a previous Sonic policy. I asked
> them about modem rental in October and received this reply:
> "Things have changed a bit over the course of the short life of our modem
> rental program so far, but the current policy is: upgrading from Legacy DSL
> to Fusion requires that you rent the modem."
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> Romel
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