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Sprint is not available here... checked already.

BUT!... I have a friend south of you (about a half inch on a map)who
used sprint for everything at work... air cards, T1, T3 lines, and his
company has offices throughout the state...

Interesting that you can't get it there. Another big one down in your
neck of the woods is road runner... which also is not available here.:(


> Donna, think I wrote a while back that Ms. Fatma is on Verizon DSL,
> which she really likes, and I'm on Earthlink dial up ["5X Faster!"],
> which works for me. Earthlink uses Sprint, so whether one can get a
> hook up from Earthlink depends on whether Sprint has DSL capability in
> your area. It does not have it here.
> Island Jim
> Southwest Florida
> 27.0 N, 82.4 W
> Zone 10a
> Minimum 30 F [-1 C]

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