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I'm in Pittsburgh, which is Bell Atlantic territory. ADSL pricing is reasonable, if you can get the service. They tell me I'm too far away. Many of the people I know who ordered it are having trouble getting it installed, and of those who have it installed, several are having trouble getting or keeping it working. My cable company doesn't do cable modems yet, and will probably have telco return when they do, which basicallyy means for me it's ISDN or nothing, at twice the speed of my 56k dialup, or only 1/12 the speed of the lowest Bell Atlantic ADSL offering, and for the same continuous connection it's only about 4 times the price! Makes me want to run right out and buy it. Reasonable high speed networking will probably happen eventually, but right now you pretty much need to be lucky, special or rich to get it.