I actually believe that had Viasat not said anything about a new satellite going online they would have been a lot better off that the current situation. I still have the Evolution Plan with free time from 3-8 am..no plans currently offered, and they are minimal, make any sense from a performance or financial perspective..have had no 25 mb plans offered.. as I had mentioned in an older post, the absolute worst thing that any business can do to its customers is to over-promise and under-deliver.. you can see how this affects the current subscriber base..I firmly believe that this type of broadband delivery suffers from obvious unfair comparisons..i.e. faster download speeds and greater band limits that can never be achieved when compared to fiber optic etc..I am currently waiting to see how the fixed wireless internet service offered from ATT as a stand-alone product plays out..as mentioned before ATT can see the potential rural base of internet customers just waiting for an alternative to what is currently offered, namely satellite. I only have one offering and that is Viasat unlimited (100gb) for 145.00 plus tax - that is cost prohibitive for me as well as many others. ATT fixed wireless is 160gb for 60.00 plus tax with minimum downloads of 10 mbs..we'll see what happens..I am a patient man..