By Trudi M. Taylor
I am going to go back to college this fall at North Carolina State University, and I am pretty excited about it. I am going to be finishing my degree in psychology, and I only need a few more classes to do so. I should have never stopped going to school, but that is a whole different story. I found a place to live off of Hillsborough Street and I think that it will be pretty awesome to get back into the area. I am looking at high speed internet in Raleigh and trying to find a provider that will be able to give me a good price on my Internet connection.
I am going to need to get a fast connection, because I will be a student, and I am sure that a lot of my course work will be over the Internet. Of course, I will also need to have the internet in order to do research, and other things like that, which are related to my school work.
I am not really sure how much it is going to cost, because it has been a few years since I have had to pay for Internet. After I stopped going to college, I went back to my mom’s house, and I have been living there ever since. So I have not been paying for Internet, and I do not know if the prices have gone up in the mean time. Maybe they have gone down, but I kind of doubt that. I do not think that providers are in the business of lowering their prices, unless they have to do so, in order to remain competitive. I am not sure that is the situation in Raleigh, and I am pretty sure that it is not the situation actually. But I could be wrong.