Liberty question

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question.so if i up grade from 15 g to libertys 18 g,do i still get nights free from 12 am to 5 am
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David Fuelling

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Cindy Hickerson

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No you do not
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David Fuelling

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right know im paying $95.00 a month. If I go to liberty 18 I pay $99.00 right no more taxes right?
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Michael Bogle

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No, I changed to essential 10 my free zone is 3-8 am. You will lose . They told me the liberty plans didn't have free zones
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John Blount

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No, but you do get faster speeds when you are out of your priority data allotment. I have the Liberty 18 plan and I consistently get 4-10 Mbs download speeds while on Liberty pass. This may not be the same for you, but you should get over 1Mbs download on the Liberty pass.
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David Fuelling

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right know im paying $95.00 a month. If I go to liberty 18 I pay $99.00 right no more taxes right?
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JEP

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Taxes vary by locality/state.  Usually taxes are only collected once per year by Exede.  I don't know what your situation might be.  I pay once per year in VA for Exede, but pay several dollars per month to DirecTV.

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Exede Lindsey

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Hello David, with the new Liberty Plans, we no longer offer a Free Zone during the late night or early morning hours.  The Liberty Pass also works in the overnight hours.

If you go over your Priority Data limit, the Liberty Pass kicks in to give you 1 to 5 Mbps download speeds. The speed and experience you get has to do with the time of day, the network traffic in your area and the type of activity you’re doing online

Customers always have the option to buy more Priority Data when they need it

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