United States, Ma... "With the new revolution of DSL, many people will be trading in their dial-up modems, and will be willing to pay big bucks for DSL. In Washington D.C. the average DSL customer pays up to $50.00 for DSL. Why do they pay so much? Because their are no local big name companies such as aol offering local service for DSL yet. Through research I have found that Washington D.C. has the second highest percent of customer's signing up for new service. Which means their are plenty of customers. Here is a question for you, if you had a company who would offer you DSL service which is up to 50 times faster than a dial up modem, gives you the ability to surf on the net and talk on the phone at the same time, and also offered you a free DSL modem, and they offered you this for $30.00 a month with the first three month free, would you take it (sure aol has a new version 6.0, but it really fades in comparison to DSL). This service will not go nationwide at first, but by using the pac man method, of taking chunks out of big cities first, we will be able to offer our members more for their buck. We are looking for a business partner with knowledge in acquiring business licenses, accounts, trademarks etc. ...
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