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Occulus Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Jan-08-11 03:51 AM
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I need a good cable internet provider with unlimited rates in SW Michigan STAT.
Edited on Sat Jan-08-11 04:15 AM by Occulus
Oh, I FINALLY got logged in and paid my bill, but STILL.... I think I'm done....

I am DONE with Charter. I will be canceling my account next week. I just went online to try to pay my bill, got denied a login, went into chat with a service rep who wanted me to change my password so I could log in and pay my bill........

..... and their system would not accept creation of ANY of the passwords I have EVER memorized! I tried my "garbage" password first, one that reads "^%GH897RD." (FOR EXAMPLE- that's not it, just an example) AS WELL AS the reverse of that, and one or two others. Those four passwords represent ALL of the passwords I have memorized and I HAD TO REVEAL THEM ALL to the service rep, and surprise surprise, ALL of them were rejected for one reason or another.

So. I just revealed every last password I normally use to some Charter service rep. Boy oh fucking BOY do I feel secure! That garbage PW took WEEKS to memorize, and I use it on multiple sites. NOW I have to change it to remain secure in OTHER things, as well as every other password I use on every other site I buy stuff on, INCLUDING ITUNES. THANKS, Charter.

So who do y'all recommend that provides cable modem internet with an unlimited download plan in the SW MI area? I do NOT want Comcast or AT&T for obvious reasons.

I absolutely require an unlimited download plan for cable internet and I am willing to pay for it. Just today I downloaded upward of thirty gigabytes; I had to reinstall Windows, which means reinstalling Steam, which means re-downloading ALL my games, and that's a FUCKTON of data, friends.

I'll be getting an Android phone, and paying by the month for that, on a contract. I didn't want to DO that at all, but perhaps it's time. I had all my media bills in one place, but the company doesn't want to easily and painlessly accept my payment, so I want other options.

HELP!!!!
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Lions_fan Donating Member (122 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Jan-12-11 04:51 PM
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1. WOW
Have you tried Wide Open West (WOW)? The rules for cable are so weird. I installed cable for a couple years and some areas would have more than one provider while some areas would only allow one provider.
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etherealtruth Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Jan-31-11 06:37 PM
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2. Depends on where you are in SW Michigan
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