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AT&T DSL compatible with XBOX LIVE??

by mmptysmom / August 16, 2011 9:52 PM PDT

currently have Mediacom broadband 7mbs...sometimes speed tests at 12mbs Blush thinking of switching to AT&T to save some money but highest offered in my area is 5mbs.i dont download much so im probably wont miss it but myson uses xbox live and i was wondering if this could be an issue especially when hes playing black ops???

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It is compatible.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 17, 2011 5:46 AM PDT

Gamers may not like any lower speed but it is known to work.

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DSL is horrible.
by i_stole_your_bike_haha / March 14, 2012 10:20 AM PDT

I have AT&T DSL 6.0Mbps (600Kbps)

I also do a lot of Xbox gaming.

I use to have Cox 24Mbps.

I am VERY sad that NOW my only option is DSL.

It's laggy, slow, complex and does not compare to cable.

Can't wait till I get something different.

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