question about your standard internet service or decent internet connection

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hi, I prefer decent internet speed for browsing/surfing the net, able to watch youtube videos decently or without any technical issues like the video chopping, the videos slowing down or the video not working or playing at all so basically that type of service. I don't have to have the latest and the greatest. How much do you charge a month for the type of internet service I am talking about?
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Posted 4 months ago

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ExSatUser

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Go to Viasat.com. Enter your zip code. It will tell you the available plans and pricing for your location. Plans and pricing vary all over the country.
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Adding to ExSatUser's comment about looking up plans, also know that the quality of service can vary greatly in the same regional area. My Viasat service is less than desirable (no watching videos), especially at night, but someone 22 miles north of me has screaming service.
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Yep. No consistency in the service at all. One of the problems with it. Works great in some locales, other places not so great.
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Your best bet is to find out what the neighbors are using. My Viasat service was terrible. Unless you have a hardwired connection service can change greatly in just a mile in distance.
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Okay chris hope you see this before they take it down but here is what to expect if you go over your threshold
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Keep in mind modern dial up will run .768 to 1.5
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ExSatUser

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On what planet?

You went over your priority data. Once that happens, all bets are off. But I agree, it is far from an "unlimited" data plan.
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Looks like they took my original post down. They dont want you to know whats gonna be happening.
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ExSatUser

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My guess is you are on a 150GB plan or exhausted your priority data. That is probably what happened.