If you do not feel sorry for your money and nerves ...

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It’s better to use a mobile phone than Viasat. I look forward to satellite Internet from Elon Musk, who promised that in 2020 we will get faster and cheaper Internet than what we have now. 
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Vadim Chvertko

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GabeU, Champion

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I wouldn't count on it being available to anyone in North America in 2020.  
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Vadim Chvertko

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We will see. But there is no longer any strength to endure these crooks. I pay $ 200 a month for Viasat, and I have a speed of 5-7 Mbps every other day. I pray to God that the promises of Elon come true as soon as possible. Paying $ 350 to terminate the contract with Viasat will be my most pleasant loss of money.
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Homeskillet

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Regardless of what is advertised, 5-7 Mbps is actually decent for satellite internet. If I got those speeds I would still be a Viasat customer.
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ExSatUser

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Thet would be 10 to 20 times faster than what I was getting before moving on!

Some people don't realize how good they have it!
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Homeskillet

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Same here, even without going over priority data my speeds usually ranged from dial-up to DSL, when it first came out.
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 Yeah I used my 100 after two weeks and know I’m lucky to get 240 kbps. Ready to jump ship
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Homeskillet

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Burning up 100 GB after two weeks is in on you, not Viasat. You obviously had unrealistic expectations. For the record I had poor service and rarely stick up for them.