About a couple of days ago, I switched my internet from Buckeye Broadband to AT&T because of their EXTREMELY low data cap of 250GB and modem renting fees of around $15. Even though people would say that AT&T's internet is trash, crappy, or slow, it depends on where you live from your ISP. Luckily for me, I live about 4 miles from their ISP and I know that their internet speeds will not vary since I live so close. Another benefit from switching to AT&T is that their upload speeds peak at around 10Mbps from Buckeye's 3-5Mbps. This means that uploading YouTube videos could take me about an hour or more depending on the length and quality of the video. If I continued to use Buckeye's internet, it would take me 3 to 4 hours to upload a 30 minute 1080p 60FPS video which is quite a long time, especially if someone wants to upload daily or upload a few videos a week.