Which Internet Service Provider (ISP) do you use?

Malaysia
June 26, 2008 12:01pm CST
There are lots of internet service provider (ISP) out there. I just want to know which want are you using. Is it good and stable?
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@Muelitz (1592)
• Canada
26 Jun 08
In Canada, there are a lot of major ISP's. I am subscribed with Bell, Canada. They also provide for our cable and phone connections. So far it has been stable and no downtime for the past couple of months since I have used it.
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@pinkista (892)
• Philippines
6 Jul 08
I'm from Philippines, my DSL provider is from Digitel (it's a landline company) they provide DSL connection now. Well, every month we pay Php990 plus the landline phone which is around Php500+. Well I can say that its really good but last time our dsl got the problem, we don't have dsl connection for almost 2 months. Their service is not really good but I can say that their new promo now is really good since its cheap.
@schulzie (4068)
• United States
28 Jun 08
I have Comcast cable modem and it is very reliable. Even when we have thunderstorms and we have alot of them the service is just fine for me. I think it is faster than DSL too. It is definately better than dial up which is what I had when I first started.
• India
27 Jun 08
My ISP is VSNL and I am using 384 kbps unlimited connection. This connection works well for me.
@zeroflashx2 (2491)
• Philippines
26 Jun 08
Here in Manila, I'm using Globelines Broadband. The cheapest and most reliable connection I've had on a money/mb/stability rating. In 10 months, I've had only 1 major downtime and once it was fixed, my internet connection was stable again. By far, it is the cheapest per mb of bandwidth. I have a DSL plan with no phone line (internet DSL only) and I think that contributes to a better DSL signal perhaps. I had a broadband connection before which is wireless and it drops connection almost everyday.
• United States
26 Jun 08
I used JUNO Dial up its the only thing avalable in my area other then wireless (thats not expensive)