I once heard a stand-up comedy guy say that he was reminiscent of the good ol’ soviet style: when things came in one size, one shape, one color, one price which forcefully fit all, and maybe there is some truth to that guy’s words: the market offer, specially in what has to do with IT providers is just too complex to actually figure out for yourself what is the most convenient and cheap but useful service you should subscribe to. Take that into the internet connection market and then, well… you need to be some sort of rocket scientist in order to get it for yourself.
That’s why when sites like High-speed-internet-access-guide.com pop up one feels like throwing a party: you get all the information, advantages and disadvantages explained out to you as if you were a 5-year-old. Plus the site explains in full detail what the best use of one kind of service over the other is (small office, downloading stuff, just checking your email, VoIP calls, etc), and how much the average market rates are. High-speed-internet-access-guide.com also presents reviews on the industry’s major providers, and is honest about their downfalls.