I now have access to broadband from either Comcast Cable or Centurytel DSL, until recently the Centurytel DSL only had 1 tier at $49.95/mo and you could get a $5/mo discount if you also get their local EasyPlan phone service that is $39.95/mo which includes local and all phone options, like caller ID, call waiting, voice mail, etc. Comcast cable charges $42.95/mo for cable internet and if you also own your own modem, add $3/mo to lease your modem or $57.95/mo without cable tv service and you own your own modem, however you do qualify for the cheaper rate by just taking limited basic cable at $8.xx/mo for a total of $51.xx/mo or $52.xx/mo. Now things have appeared to change at CeturyTel, they are now offering 3 tiers of DSL service, Fast 256K/128K* for $34.95/mo, Faster 768K/256K* for $44.95/mo and Fastest 1.5M/256K* at $54.95/mo and the $5/mo discount is applied to all three tiers when you get the EasyPlan phone service and both Centurytel and Comcast have new customer discounts for the first 2 or 3 months, so I could get the Fast tier for only $29.95/mo regular price with EasyPlan. With these new DSL prices who needs cable tv and cable internet bundling to get the best deals. How do these speeds compare to cable internet?