I’m pretty sure our ISP is having problems. The wi-fi isn’t completely down, but it is super slow. I can’t get Photoshop to work. Ironic because the old one works if the wi-fi is entirely off. It’s the new one that won’t work without a stable ISP to support it.

THIS is why I didn’t want to switch. I saw this coming. There’s nothing I can do about it right now. We pay a lot of money for this frequently dysfunctional service provider and in return, we get days which are not too bad and days which are terrible.

Meanwhile, I can’t do anything with the wi-fi glitching on and off. Maybe later.

Categories: Anecdote

9 replies

  1. Sorry the Wifi was acting up! I hate it when that happens. You shouldn’t have to have that happen, since you already pay so much for the ISP. xoxo


  2. I see a new post, so is it fixed? Do all devices act slow?


  3. That sounds more than annoying, Marilyn. I look forward to meeting you tomorrow. 🙂


    • If it happened just once in a while, I wouldn’t mind, but it happens on and off all day long. Sometimes only for a few seconds, but if I’m using Photoshop? Freezes the whole computer. If it lasts more than a few seconds, the modem and router (and sometimes, the TV too) will need a full reboot. Some nights, nothing works except the cell phone. I keep hoping someone will make a deal with a better provider. If we are going to overpay for something which has become a necessity, at least give us functional servers.

      We’ve lived here more than 20 years and I swear, this town hasn’t moved out of the 1950s yet. I’m not optimistic. Life in small towns. Gotta love it.


      • We lived in one before we moved here, so I know what it is like to WAIT, WAIT, WAIT! But the freezing thing is more than annoying. Good luck getting out of the 1950s, Marilyn.


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