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All this price cutting is great for the consumers. Unfortunately, this has caused a quite visible drop in quality. All these new packages are shared so you’re unlikely to ever get the full advertised bandwidth. I’m currently using Wateen’s WiMAX connection at home. It is probably the least reliable of any of the services currently available so I must find a copper-based alternative.
As tempting as these shared packages sound, I think I would rather opt for a slower, but more reliable connection. Micronet’s DSL or Nayatel’s fiber have usually led the market, both in terms of performance and price, though their response to the latest onslaught is yet to be seen. Could be just what I need.