Liberty Pass Sucks. It took 4.5 hours to download a bit torrent file. For the money Liberty cost there should be no data caps. Think i need to find a new internet provider
I, too, am very dissatisfied with Liberty Pass. The Exede website says 1-5 Mbps, not "up to 1-5 Mbps." I'm getting 225-250 Kbps. Tech support says that everything's fine. Of course, I can switch to a higher data level. I'm not inclined to give Exede any more money if it can't life up to what its website says that it will do.
The information on the website could easily be called false advertising. While the speed issue is clarified in the contract fine print, Exede should not flat-out state that Liberty Pass speed will be between 1 & 5 Mbps, but that it could be "up to 5 Mbps." I'm surprised that no state attorney general has taken Exede to task on this. Maybe a prompt would be helpful? Wonder if Hughesnet is any better.
Here is my speed on a Sunday morning using the Liberty Pass. When the network isnt busy I get great speeds. When it is busy (primetime) I see speeds as low as 256k. That's exact what I signed up for. People complaining about the Liberty Pass being slow during primetime makes no sense to me.
Many of you miss my point. While the agreement says "up to 1-5 Mbps," (which is really bad grammar), most of the website references to Liberty Pass say "1-5 Mbps," without qualifier as to time. That's what entices people to the concept of Liberty Pass. It is improper to say in promotional material, "1-5 Mbps," but then to say "up to 1-5 Mbps" in the contract. Why not simply be clear in the promotional material? Interestingly, the Terms and Conditions regarding data allowance and the Data Allowance Policy make no reference to speeds. I will keep track of my speeds during Liberty Pass and, if appropriate, communicate them to Viasat.