Well, I finally canned my crappy AT&T ISP plan for Time Warner. I switched from for 6 mbps to 20 mbps (supposed to have 2 mbps upload instead of just 1 mbps upload that I was getting from AT&T) for the same price ($40 tax). Yes, I know there are better deals when you bundle crap together but I only want internet (I use Netflix instead of Cable and cell instead of home phone). Considering there are usually only 2-5 options for high speed internet per city in USA the prices remain high. I suppose it is better than it used to be considering more companies are offering it but usually it boils down to AT&T or local cable provider for high speed choices (and they usually try and force people into bundles and overprice their single options). I remember a speed test thread awhile ago and a bunch of people from Europe were posting their speeds and the price they paid for it and I was very jealous. I can't even host properly on games like CoD:BO on Wii (lags me and pretty much everyone, hopefully things improve once I get Time Warner). Does anyone else feel like they are paying way too much for internet in USA?
*sorry for misspelling the word neutral in the poll for all the spelling Nazis!