I think you can still get dial-up, if you want ... LOL ...
Except that, like most people under 75, I don’t have a land line.
When will they start marketing little modems you stick your cell phone into, for audio-frequency dial-up service?
I commented before, but nobody addressed the question I raised. Namely, what about DSL? I had DSL and it kept getting slower and slower, but for what reason? My surmise was and is that the servers were declining to serve the lower speed connections in favor of the higher speeds. This makes sense from the POV of maximizing total throughput.
So, it seemed to me that DSL was being “kicked to the side of the road”, just like dial up had been. If somebody knows anything about this, one way or the other, I’d love to hear it.