Joe Levi:
a cross-discipline, multi-dimensional problem solver who thinks outside the box – but within reality™

Request for Input:

I’m getting more than a little disgusted with…

  • their content filtering (that they deny… or not, depending on the day),
  • and their rolling over to RIAA/MPAA information requests without requiring a warrant,
  • and being lax about security (what with their DNS being recently hacked),
  • and most of all, their prices for cable Internet

So, I’m paying about $60/month for cable internet, and wondering if DIGIS.NET at half the price is good enough for my VoIP line (through Vonage) and my Netflix streaming, plus all the other stuff I do online…

Anyone out there with experience? Please let me know!


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2 Responses

  1. mckay says:

    I use Digis, and so does Paige. I think she has a VOIP phone, too (I only use my cell).

    The only drawback I can mention is the transfer cap. If you transfer over (I believe it’s 6GB) a month, they’ll throttle your speed down (until the next month).

    Now, I just have the $29.95 plan, so they may have a higher cap on more expensive plans, but that’s the only flaw I can see.

    If you’re transferring a lot of Netflix movies you’ll go over that cap pretty darn quick.

    Other than that, I have had no problems with them. In a year we’ve only had one outage and it was a regional thing that was fixed within an hour or two. Tech support is pretty good…quick and helpful.

  2. Joe says:


    Hello again! Long time no talky!

    Your testimonial carries a lot of weight, and I thank you for it… I researched a bit more about their service, and you’re right about the throttling. I shouldn’t have that problem, but I just don’t know how much data I transfer a month.

    Anyone out there know if there’s a place in the DD-WRT Micro router that will track this for you?

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