Check in if you have ViaSat 2 / 50MBps Gold or 100 MBps Platinum available in your area

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The easiest way to figure out where the high density beams are would be if all the forum members that have 50MBps or 100 MBps plans available to them post their general location so we can crowdsource a general high density beam location map.
I live in the Orlando metro area and have 100MBps plans available.  Central Florida seems to be live.
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Stephen Rice, Champion

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I live in Livingston, LA which is close to Baton Rouge. Viasat 2 is available here.
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Gold 50 Mbps available in Salem, OR.
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Stephen Rice, Champion

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Amend my last post also mention that the Platinum plan is available as well.
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All plans available from Marin Co. CA to Gilroy located in Southern Santa Clara Co, CA. 
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I got another email today wanting me to upgrade. Inputting my address outside the network only shows Gold 30. Email indicates I may be eligible for higher plans. (Notice I didn’t say faster).

I doubt ViaSat 2 is currently offered in my area. Anyone with a decent plan who might consider “upgrading” to Gold 30 deserves it.

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Western NC mountains BTW.

No substitute for fast download speeds....

Who writes this stuff?

Logging into the system says I should call for a consultation. I did the last time for kicks. The person who answered the phone was unaware of this advertisement.
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david lightsey

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All 3 of the new plans now available in S. Ga. near Fl. state line east of I-75
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Nathan Hart

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50 MB 100G plan just showed up. Beam 238 for VS1 area.
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James Paramore

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Gold 50 and Platinum 100 shows up at my zipcode and other zipcodes in the South Georgia area also. I'm about 50 miles from the Florida line in Southwest Ga. west of I-75. Now on my account page, nothing shows, just tells me to call for a consultation. 
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Still nothing in my area, I'm in the northern lower peninsula of Michigan. Only thing I have available is Liberty 12 / 25 / 50 all only at 12 Mbps.
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Wayne Sharaf

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Not here in central NY - I squeaked in on unlimited silver a few months ago, now all that is available are three different liberty plans.
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Aaron Anderson

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It is interesting if there is a geographic component to the antenna problems with ViaSat 2.  There are reports of 50mbps and 100mbps offered in the southeast and west coast but nothing so far in the midwest or northeast or rocky mountain states.
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Yep. My guess is that will be revealed geographically as more reports come in.
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Michael McDowell

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Wasn't there someone from Oklahoma or Northern Texas that was one of the first to get on the VS-2 Platinum plan? James something? And I think another lady from Oklahoma soon after that.
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Nothing but liberty 12 plans here 30 miles from Austin, tx
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Nothing but Liberty plans here on Pacific Coast in Big Sur (100mile south of SF).   I got into a "test" freedom plan ... but it is not available to neighbors.  4-5 Mb/sec is during dast times now.  No streaming during high usage times 6pm-10pm  since speed goes down to 0.5 to 1 Mb/s.  .... especially Fri & Sat.  My past cap speed is about 0.1 to 0.2 Mb/s