Rohde, David
August 2000
Network World;08/28/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 35, p29
Trade Publication
Comments on a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of some SBC Communications Inc. customers claiming that the firm limits promised 384Kbit per second download speeds to 128K at its convenience. Admission by SBC that it limits newsgroup users to 128K and also limits their time online in order to provide more reliable service for all customers; Questions about digital subscriber line availability and performance.


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