I got a call just a few minutes ago from a BellSouth sales representative from Port Saint Lucie, FL. This is actually a good thing. The last time I talked to someone from the company, they seemed to be from India. (I no longer call tech support because of it.) I've been getting 1.5 Mbps down/256 Kbps up DSL and they've been charging $42.95, which is $7.00 cheaper than the original price but still expensive. I've also been getting a $7.00 discount, making it out to be $35.95. When I talked to the guy on their end, he said that I could get the 3 Mbps down/384 Kbps up for $37.95. If they still give me the discount, it'll be better and cheaper. That's pretty amazing for a company that blatantly charges $2.95 on the bill as a regulatory cost recovery fee for what the government charges them to share their lines, which they don't. I'm surprised.