change your advertising please!

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It's 2019 now and I am writing to you today to tell you either come up with a new commercial for your service or stop advertising so darn much. You got to be spending a lot of money flooding the television networks with this ad. We frankly are sick and tired of it. We watch MEtv out of Kansas City and I swear your ad runs at least once if not twice per 30 minutes. It's old and frankly turns people off from your service all together. Please come up with a new business plan!!!!! Thank you for your time!
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I have never seen a TV ad for Viasat either.  I do get a ton of advertisements in the mail from Hughesnet though.
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Oooooooo!!! Seems like hughesnet wants you to be there subscriber instead of viasat. I used to get them alot when I signed up for exede (back when it was called exede. Then Viasat name came back) It got so dang annoying. I did saw a viasat tv add onto my massage dishnetwork when commercials were going. (Don't remember the TV stations. My ma just watches TV. I hardly don't. Expect the news.)
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I rarely get HughesNet print ads, and all of the ones I do get are the ones with no address and for the post office person to distribute to everyone, which makes sense, of course.  

I do see constant HughesNet ads, though.  I don't think there's a day that goes by where I don't see Sitara Hewitt, cheerfully plugging away.  Then again, I don't mind it too much, and neither to a lot of other guys, or so I've noticed on social media.  LOL.

To be honest, though, I think constantly plugging a product when it's at or near its saturation point is a recipe for a lot of angry customers, including the ones that already have the service, as theirs will be affected by all of those new customers, too.  Mine certainly has.  I realize a profit has to be made, and the bottom line needs to always go up to please stockholders, but there has got to be a limit for system with the same.  

Edit:  Don't get me wrong, they are limiting the available plans now, but they're still selling them on beams where I really don't think they should.

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