Covad ( Top Tier )Quote:
Originally Posted by DJiK
it doesn't go over active phone lines, but Covad pays the bill to have the lines checked before install, and it uses the wires of the phone company, but it is a dedicated dataline ( much like a T-1 ).
It's costing me like $70 / mo for 1.5 down 380 up and 5 dedicated IPs (additional $10) The speed is constant, and it doesn't go through "filters" like some bandwidth providers and not a single port is blocked.
There are many companies re-selling covads lines, but it's better to go to the source.
I'm not sure where the term "Dry DSL" applies, but thats the nickname of it. If your DSL (at the router) requires ANY logon info, it's not dry.