AT&T’s Secret $10 DSL



AT&T is on my Naughty Radar at the moment and while they are spying on their Internet customers it has come to my attention that with their agreement with the Federal Trade Commission to Acquire BellSouth they volunteered to sell unbundled DSL.

Naked DSL allows you to have a DSL line without paying for a phone line. The concession AT&T had to make forced AT&T to make the service available although they tried to bury it in service offerings. It is a great deal 768k down 128k up for $10.00 a month for 30 months.

The service is available in 22 states, but it appears that AT&T is rumored to be giving some customers the run around. I have suggested that everyone buy one of these $10.00 connections get the cheap price for 30 months and hook it up and down load media like their is no tomorrow.

Subscribe to a 1000 podcast and let it churn legal down loads all day onto a spare computer. Then throw out what you can’t listen to. They wanna spy on people well guess what let them spy on legal media and use the connection speed of that DSL connection for every ounce it is worth 24 hours a day seven days a week.

Read on to the linked page to make sure you don’t get the run around from the AT&T rep when you call them. Consumerist.com