Connectivity not expected to be technically high speed...

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Connectivity was not expected to be technically high speed however, dial-up as a bench mark dream is simply overselling the spot beam. from 6 to 10 pm central time loading a web-page is rarely functional lately, this week in particular, whereas vudu etc. is laughable. yes the media saver widget is on although we need an over selling the infrastructure widget.

What can be done for The NW Florida I-10 corridor between Tallahassee and Pensacola, i.e. any plans for mechanical upgrades/protocol improvements/capacity availability via attrition...?
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David Gillespey

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Have you looked at options besides satellite internet? Dont look for anything to change into the new satellite launches.
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He could be over priority data or just on a very congested beam. Or possibly one of the customers still on a Freedom plan.
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I just assumed he was over priority or on one of those throttle anytime plans. So either he has to conserve data or change plans (or providers).
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As someone frequently asks, what plan are you on and how much priority data have you used? More specifically where do you stand with respect to your priority data - over or under? 

That should also be expanded to to ask when did you acquire that plan (if unlimited) and where are you located (zip code preferable although we've got a general idea in this case)?

Posting here so as to avoid the unhelpful nonsense below...
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Also how long have you had the service and when did the issues start?
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I agree it's not going to change anytime soon it will take a revolutionary company to move into the market like it happened when straight talk entered the pre paid phone arena years ago and then things started to pop sparked a competitive trend among providers to fight for customers rather than be the only game in town .
And no viasat is not the straight talk of internet satellite they. Far to greedy to become competitive...