I have three main options for internet at my apartment: Charter: must sign up for cable to make sense financially. at&t: must sign up for phone line, but cheaper than charter City Wireless: patchy and unreliable I have decided to sign up for at&t as it's the cheapest choice. I have to sign up for a phone line, which is supposed to be $8 a month. There are then three different steps in internet speeds, with increasing prices. This is where I'm confused. I don't know the advantage of different speeds or if it's worth an extra $10 a month to get a faster speed. The cheapest is at $15 a month, so with the $8 phone line, it would cost $23 total. Not bad, I thought. I then thought about if I wanted to get Airport Extreme (n), would I even get the advantages with a lower speed? Do you need to have a faster connection for the wireless-n to be worth it? Any help anyone can offer on which speed is worth the money, would be great. I only use it for surfing online, getting assignments from course websites, some youtube action, and my photobucket account. My internet use isn't very intense, so I'm guessing the lowest speed will be fine. I'm not an online gamer, but might get xbox live in the near future.