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Internet Connection for Manager's Unit at a Motel

by neel1997 / June 19, 2013 12:15 PM PDT

My family and I run a small motel in SoCal. We are currently living in the manager's unit. We currently have ATT Business Class Internet. However, the customers have no access to the internet. The internet is strictly for the family. However, I am fed up with the slow 3mbps that ATT offers. Is there a way I can get Time Warner Cable Residential at my location? I previously had cable TV.

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No TWC folk here I fear.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / June 19, 2013 12:17 PM PDT

Why not call them?

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Hotspot
by AstinaGT / June 26, 2013 5:55 AM PDT

You should call both Time Warner guys and AT&T, maybe AT&T have LTE coverage within your area so all that you will need is to get a suitable 4G modem or HotSpot. I allowed my self to google, and came up with this nice website that has a lot to offer 4GSource.net

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