Exede Business Plan

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Looking at the Exede Business Plans,
I am currently on the Liberty 18 Plan for $110/mon (including lease fee) and I see the Business 20 Plan for $100/mon.
You also get a static IP with the Business Plan.
What is the downside of getting 2GB/mon more of data for $10/mon less?

The only thing I see is that if you go through your data cap you will be billed automatically for the extra usage, just like some cell phone companies do.

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JEP

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Posted 3 years ago

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Diana, Viasat Employee

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Hi Jep, That is correct.  For more information on our Business Plans visit http://www.exede.com/business/.
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Brian Shackelford

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JEP -

The other part of that is that you lose the Liberty Plan usable speeds once you hit your data cap.  On the other hand, at least for the time being it appears that Exede is giving business access to the EBFZ although there is a disclaimer on there stating they have the right to change it in the future.
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Brian Shackelford

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Ok.  So you don't lose the speeds, you just have to pay per GB if you go over your cap.  
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JEP

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Brian - At this point, I've got to experience a few days on Liberty Pass to see if it is tolerable during prime time here in Beam 329.  I wouldn't want to give up the Liberty Pass data if it is indeed usable.  And, I'm not thrilled about signing a new 24-month contract, although I doubt any terrestrial options will appear in that time frame.

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Brian Shackelford

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Before I would make any decisions I would let ExedeNeil see what he can see.  If you are having issues, go to www.wildblueworld.com/forum and sign up and PM me there (Bas2754) and I can forward you the stuff I have sent to Neil so far.  

If you are not having problems and just want more data then that is a completely different story :)