I'm starting to think that Comcast's $50/month for 6000/384 service is giving me bandwidth I don't need, and don't want to pay for. I'm not a file-download maniac, so they could increase to 10,000 downstream, and there'd be no more value in it for me.
I turned off my Verizon land-line in favor of Vonage, and love it. But I know I need to get a voice line back in, to get DSL. QUESTION: Will Verizon provision DSL over a "Message Rate" line, (~$10/month) on their website. You see, unless I can get (voice ckt + DSL cost) to be equal or less than the current $50/month I'm paying to Comcast, it doesn't pay to move. Also, what can you tell me about how well Vonage works over the 3000/768 DSL service? I know latency to first hop is ~24ms, as apposed to Comcast's 7ms.
Rationale: The 768K upstream has MUCH more value to me, than the 384K upstream with Comcast.