Did UVerse bring new wiring infrastructure to your house? The UVerse neighborhood fiber-to-copper distribution site is a couple of blocks from my house, but from what I could learn from the sales people who have come by, they would run it to my house from the distribution point over the existing copper that is already running through the neighborhood. The small distribution box for me and my neighbors is in my back yard in a low spot. It floods everytime it rains, and would take out our phone service (which we cancelled because AT&T would never fix it properly). The next time an AT&T tech comes into the neighborhood, I'll have to ask how the distribution to the houses really occurs. Also I really dread changing my email address for all my banking/shopping/utility accounts, which I would have to do if I dropped TWC.
I so wish Arlington would have chosen FIOS over UVerse...
About the time all this was going on, we moved to an apartment already wired for UVerse. I had the option, so it felt really good to stick it to TWC.
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