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Subject: Frontier DSL webspace
Date: 8/31/2010 11:40:18 AM (GMT-7)
IP Address: 220.127.116.11
Recently our Verizon DSL changed to Frontier (since they bought it out last year) and their website describes their email accounts as having small-to-generous webspace available.
From their website:
* Web-based E-mail account + 8 additional e-mail addresses (enough for each family member to have their own!), each with 5 GB of storage space.
* 5 GB of web storage per e-mail address to create your home page.
Frontier High-Speed Internet Lite – 768K
Web-based e-mail + 5 additional e-mail addresses (enough for each family member to have their own!), each with 10 MB of storage space.
The files I had on my Verizon space (just under Verizon's 10 megs) were moved with the change, and I uploaded another file (170+ megs) bringing me to about 180 megs used. But when I try to upload another file, I get disconnected at 200 megs, saying I have reached my quota.
Asking Frontier about this has been an exercise in futility, as the best answer I have been able to get was:
"Yes, you have 5 gigs available. The counter may be stuck, so I'll reset it." - of course that didn't work.
Now, the only answer I can get is (quoting Aaron B):
"Thank you for contacting Internet Technical Support.I’m sorry to hear
of the difficulty you are experiencing.
The amount of webspace any given Frontier customer has is 5 megs."
So, seeming I could EMAIL 5 gigs worth at anytime (assuming that is a real number), but my website can only be 5 megs total. WOW - I can post a PICTURE. Maybe two of them! Or a bunch of small, crappy ones.
Time to start looking into Comcast.
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