Duane writes, "I have DSL 6.0 (6 mbps) service. What’s been happening is that during the hours of 7pm to 11pm, AT&T’s DSL network slows down so bad that it is impossible to even watch a steaming youtube video much less any Netflix streaming media. I’ve had technicians to my house that said my lines to the DSLAM were good and the ports weren’t “crowded”. I’m certainly not the only one. The conspiracy theory is that AT&T denies any issues (as in my case), blames my home interior network and blames anything but their network. The theory is that they are abandoning DSL in favor of moving customers to u-Verse high speed digital (internet, TV, and phone) hence the poor service and data usage cap. Regardless of hearsay, this is a continued issue with no correction in sight and with AT&T continuing to over promise and under deliver with full denial or accountability. That is going to hurt Netflix and it’s ability to retain customers for the streaming service. If a customer can’t stream Netflix, they won’t continue to subscribe."
I have the same 6mbps DSL service (really about 5mbps), and I'm not having troubles, but there are a number of reports online about problems with Netflix and AT&T DSL.
Is anyone else having trouble with Netflix streaming with AT&T or other ISP?