att or sonic "residential" fiber service at a "nontraditional" residence.
mis at seiden.com
Mon Nov 2 01:20:56 UTC 2020
att 1Gb/sec symmetric fiber is about $70/month.
their “business class” service costs >10x that price.
if i don’t want an SLA, does anything keep a non-profit organization from ordering (from att or sonic) residential service at what normally would be considered a business location?
sonic seems to overlay on the att fiber network (in parts of the sf bay area)?
(say, for example, you have a caretaker who lives on premises and you terminate the fiber in or near the caretaker’s apartment…)
(would this violate some tariff? could they refuse to install?)
(for me this harkens back to much earlier days where i would order dry copper loops intended for alarm purposes and run data or conditioned audio over them…)
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