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Hubby and I might pursue our plan to cut our DSL subscription. Hubby has been complaining of slow Internet connection for weeks now. Last week, he was searching for a Denzel Washington movie and it took him hours to complete downloading the whole film because of slow buffering. Whew! We noticed the slow connection after typhoon Ondoy hit our country. We don’t have an alternative yet, but we are thinking of subscribing to cable Internet service. We would love to subscribe to charter ultra fast 60 if it becomes available in the Philippines. Hubby have heard from his friends who are based in the US that Charter ’s Ultra60 Mbps is making waves in St. Louis and Southern California in terms of providing high-speed connection. Hubby said that with the current speed of Ultra60, we can watch a movie anytime we want without interruption (of slow buffering). My kids will surely love the idea of watching their favorite TV shows without being disturbed by “searching” or “loading” messages. Hubby’s friends are definitely lucky because Charter is reportedly expanding in the northeast and will cover more areas before 2010 ends. We really hope Charter will include the Philippines in its expansion project. We love the idea that cable services can save us time and money. With cable Internet my family will have more bonding time by watching online movies and hubby will have easy access to multimedia sites looking for gadgets and stuff.