Has viasat 2 launched Yet new plans

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computer1949

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Posted 7 months ago

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Stephen Rice, Champion

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Yes.
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Brad, Viasat Employee

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It'll be a rolling release. Most of our customers probably will see new exciting plans for their existing setup (if new plans are showing you can switch to those now)
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computer1949

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What do you mean by rolling release
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computer1949

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I have not seen no new plans
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Brad, Viasat Employee

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Rolling release means rather than releasing everything at once it'll be a few places today a few more in a few days and so on until it's all released. 
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Brad, Viasat Employee

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Oh nobody is bothering me at all. Lots of questions understandably as this is probably the biggest thing that happened with the service in quite some time so we're more than happy to answer everyone. 
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Pete DeStefano

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Will it be obvious once ViaSat2 plans are available online? 13152 area code 
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Brad, Viasat Employee

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If you see like the Gold 50 plan that's on ViaSat-2. All ViaSat-2 plans will require new equipment as well
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Pete DeStefano

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so like stated above its a waiting game? - don't want to order new service and need to switch hardware in a month 
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Brad, Viasat Employee

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eh to a degree. We're having ViaSat-2 on a rolling release so if it's not available check again in a few days. It's going to be all over but we're doing a few places now a few places over a few days and so on so we can make sure it goes smooth rather than opening the floodgate 
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I hope people understand that the plans being offered are the best plans ever offered in the history of satellite internet.  The best satellite plans mankind has ever seen.
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I could argue that point. 150GB of priority data at 1080p was a pretty darn good plan available in many areas for several months.
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Jim16

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Yes, me to.  I am including that in my rant. :)
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Okay :). Because if the latest plans were the best ever, we would all want them. They certainly have pluses and minuses, it all depends what is right for the end user. People infatuated with speed and a plan at any cost can certainly get that now for instance.