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I am going to unsubscribe from this forum due to the fact that I am met with whining in my inbox about Excede every time I check my email. And it is always, always, the same old whining about slow speed and data disappearing. Those whining never consider that Junior is in his room watching Youtube in high definition at 4gigs per hour or that little Susie is watching Facebook video's in high def at about 1gig per 15 minutes. Or that the baby monitor, yes the baby monitor is operating via the internet and using data. Don't forget that iphone that every family member has attached to their face, it is wifi enabled and don't you know it automatically connects to the strongest signal around which is the radio signal emitted from your router. Speaking of that router, have you even bothered to log into it and see just which device or devices is using your data? Probably not, why actually look for the cause when you can just blame it on the evil folks at evil Excede. The computer that you send your whines from, when was the last time it was optimized to minimize unseen data usage? Turned off those live tiles on Windows 8? Does your computer have a data usage app downloaded onto the screen so you can see right there on the screen how much data it is using,broken down by the hour? Will each and every one of you (you know who is guilty) face reality and accept the fact that a satellite in space sends you the data that you call the internet. Once it enters your satellite dish and your modem: repeat once it enters your satellite dish and your modem: where it goes from there is strictly up to you. Yes it is. You can be lazy and not search out when and where the data is being used but it is being used on and by devices that belong to you and yours. Excede isn't stealing your data or slowing down your speed. Time to stop complaining and spend that time educating yourself about how modern technology operates and the role you play in that operation.