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Re: Broadwing

  • From: Rachel Warren
  • Date: Fri Jul 27 14:12:28 2001

[snip.  Mr. Hansel Lee asks for comments about Broadwing's service]

> Just remember that Broadwing is not actually a Tier 1 provider.  They are a
> Tier 2 striving to become a Tier 1.

<banging head against the wall>

Can we repeat this one more time:

Tiers. Don't. Exist.

[And if anyone thinks I'm starting that !@#$ thread again (which I am
most definately *not*), just remember this: 
http://webhome.idirect.com/~peterp/chat.jpg ]

> When I was looking at them, I found
> that you could obtain just as good or better pricing from an actual Tier 1
> provider.  Check out Exodus, Verio, and Genuity.

I think the more pertinent question should be more of "Which provider 
should you choose that will not be going out of business in the next six 
months?"

> Last I checked they were offering some seriously competitive pricing on OCs.

That's because they are desperate for any type of customer at this point.
Gotte Chapter 11 coming?

Rachel

-- 
Forsan et haec olim meminisse juvabit. - Virgil, The Aeneid.




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