One of our own in the Guardian.

Grant Ridder shortdudey123 at
Sun Jul 14 04:32:33 UTC 2013

Someone I know in Washington state has 100/100 at home and made the comment
to me a year ago that it was one of the slower speeds offered.  I am not
sure who his ISP is however.


On Sat, Jul 13, 2013 at 9:20 PM, Joe Hamelin <joe at> wrote:

> Jima said: Really, who has 100/100 at home?
> Oddly, those living in Grand Coulee, WA.
> I went there once to setup corporate connectivity for a regional tire
> store.  They ordered the minimal drop, 50/50Mbs. One of the tire changers
> there told me that he had 100/100 at home for $50/month.
> This was a town without T-Mobile service. I had to haul out the butt set
> and clip on to the business POTS lines to turn up the VPN.
> Most of rural Central Washington has very good fiber connectivity. Forward
> looking Public Utility Districts FTW!
> --
> Joe Hamelin, W7COM, Tulalip, WA, 360-474-7474

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