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This small corner shop turns-out good sandwiches, calzones and pies, with a unique emphasis on infusing delectable european ingredients. Further, they are incredibly nice folks. Check out their jalapeño poppers!
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Selling BT would be a huge, very short-sighted, mistake. Burlington residents overwhelmingly support BT. We built our own freaking high-speed future-proof fiber optic network that every private entity (opponents and proponents alike) are drooling over - keep BT public!!
let's avoid falling into the stereotypical liberal guilt rabbit hole. i don't use burlington telecom services out of guilt, rather, they offer a superior product at a competitive price. yes ethics plays a part, but first and foremost, i want the best possible isp for my hard earned dollar. as many of us identify, especially prion, the fiber optic network installed in this fine city is far, far superior to anything the competition can even think about offering. so what's missing here is both an educated consumer and a decent marketing effort from burlington telecom to inform the public of their excellent service.
The sheer number of inaccuracies and glaring omissions throughout this article can only stipulate that, either: this article is intended as a hit-piece for Burlington Telecom, or the author is in fact astonishingly naive. For instance, why selectively delve into the admittedly dicey background of Burlington Telecom, but not Fairpoint or Comcast, which clearly carry even more baggage than Burlington Telecom could ever imagine: recall Fairpoint's bankruptcy and the scandals surrounding them, or the aggressive federal lobbying and the callous disregard for net-neutrality that Comcast is currently at war with? To distill the issues within this article: the author accurately states Burlington Telecom is fiberoptic, yet uses an imaginative modem fee as her primary justification for selecting another service provider. I'm surprised Seven Days published this. Perhaps, in reflection, by the end of this article, one can fault Burlington Telecom and their lack of marketing and outreach efforts to better educate and explain their services to the community at large.
Full disclosure: as a satisfied Burlington Telecom customer, since the early beta stage, I have no issue with the authors choice to go with Fairpoint, rather, it's the inept reporting and underdeveloped opinion that's hard to disregard for a Seven Days publication. I expect this degree of reporting and opinion from a Garnett publication, not Seven Days. Anyway, nice illustration John, and I still love you Seven Days. :)