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I live in a ranch in Texas just south of Abilene. About 7 years ago, I installed a very tall tower to accommodate the device needed to get me on a high speed connection with Texas Communications.

All was well, until they sold their broadband side of their business (which is now absorbed by Rise Broadband) and despite paying $100 per month (to include the tax) for their highest tier service and connect speeds, we discovered that "Rise" sunk to new LOWS in speeds, connectivity and customer service. I fired the bas"turds" and went to AT&T and purchased a small device (made by NetGear) and now for half the price I have FAST and RELIABLE connections all the time.

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Pretty much the same experience. My ranch is in Ovalo in an area they advertise as having coverage. After Rise bought out Texas Communications, the service deteriorated and I also have recorded to a Virgin Mobile mi fi.


Could you please tell me about the devise you bought from NetGear? Also, do you have to subscribe to something through the AT&T?


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