September 6, 2000

Can you escape DSL Hell?

Author: JT Smith

Thousands of customers are stuck in so-called DSL hell, where infrastructure limitations and service-provider problems torture even the most determined users. But the nightmare may be over soon. Starting early next year, major DSL providers -- including Covad Communications, NorthPoint Communications and Rhythms NetConnections -- plan to begin simpler installations of their high-speed data services, courtesy of a government mandate requiring local phone companies to share their lines with DSL providers. The story is at ZDNet.
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