liberty free zone

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was the liberty free zone discontinued? I got an email a while back about it now offering a freezone......but when I go to change my plan there is no mention of it.  But if I go to home page and click the link that says liberty( it says "There is a 3 to 6 a.m. Free Zone on Liberty 12, 25 and 50 plans. The Free Zone is not available with the Liberty 10, 18 or 30 plans." .....well I have liberty 12 as an upgrade option but no mention of a freezone anymore......I know for a fact it used to say it had a free zone.


here is what it says under liberty 12 now:

Bonus Features:

Liberty Pass lets you enjoy 1-5 Mbps download speeds (morning/daytime) after Priority Data is used.
Integrated dual-band WiFi Router (802.11 a/b/g/n)
Integrated Exede Voice adapter (phone service optional)

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Bev, Champion

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Phinneus, is this what you are seeing when you view plans? Note that the Free Zone is not mentioned in the Bonus Features text but is in the graphics for the plan. Those plans DO have the 3AM to 6AM Free Zone.

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Andy Schack

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What he is talking about is what we are seeing in our beam, there is NO mention of the 3-6 free zone on our plans. I'm still waiting to hear back for clarification but until I hear something we are selling it as NOT having the free zone.

It may very well be that some beams are offering a free zone on the Liberty plans while others are not.

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That is my understanding, and it is confusing. Not all Liberty plans ate created equal. Some offer a small free zone, others do not. It all depends where you are located.
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Brad, Viasat Employee

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The Liberty plans with free zone are not discontinued but also may not be available in many areas. I know I've only seen it in a limited area as of now. I'd suggest checking again every few weeks as plans are 100% determined, decided and available as the beam allows.