Aol Broadband Internet

Getting AOL broadband Internet was not one of the worst mistakes that I ever made, but it sure was not one of the best decisions either

Getting AOL broadband Internet was not one of the worst mistakes that I ever made, but it sure was not one of the best decisions either.

I had once had AOL as my Internet service provider, back in the early days when everything was dial up.

I did it mostly because I did not know any better back then, and thought that that was as fast as it was supposed to go.

Perhaps I was right, and AOL dialup was alright, but in any case AOL broadband Internet was an absolutely terrible service.

Not only would AOL broadband Internet crash often, but it would cause my computer to crash practically all the time.

I swear, there was no way to download a little single file without completely crashing out, and that is no joke.

Perhaps I am exaggerating a little bit, but even so, since I switched my AOL broadband Internet for Comcast high speed, I have not had a fraction of the problems which used to plague me in the old days.

The problem is that, when I first got it, AOL broadband Internet was the only game in town.

There were, of course, a few small high speed Internet service providers opening up around town, but none of them served the area that I was in.

It is funny, because only a block down you could use someone else's service, but in my house it was AOL broadband Internet or nothing.

I do not understand how all of this works, but I was quite resentful as you can be sure.

Being stuck with AOL broadband Internet was not part of my idea of fair.

But, of course, the very worst part about AOL broadband Internet was the hassle of quitting.

I think that he telephone operators for AOL broadband Internet are actually instructed to do everything in their power to not let you quit.

They will offer you free service, they will try to explain to you all of the features that AOL broadband Internet is supposed to have.

They will do anything just to try to convince you to stay with their Internet service provider.

And worst off, they will not take no for an answer.

I spent nearly an hour on the phone, trying to quit AOL broadband Internet, constantly telling them that I was not interested, before it did even a lick of good.

It was one of the most frustrating hours of my life.



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