Ripping the cover off the ball ... Not!

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Viasat is really ripping the cover off the ball again this evening.
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Voyager

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  • Slower than slow.

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Get Nosatisfaction

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Good thing you got unlimited data. It might take you hours to download something, but as you say, it is unlimited!
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Voyager

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The cancer is spreading. It is no longer just a Liberty pass during prime time problem. This is just after 2:00 ion the afternoon. The kids aren’t even hope from school yet and I already have dial-up performance levels.
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Voyager

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Wow, the worst I have seen. And it isn’t even prime time. When your download rounds to zero at two decimal places, something is seriously wrong with your internet provider.
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Will Seemore

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Seriously how to you get such low speeds without time outs? I had some horrible speeds, but if they even got close to dial up everything would time out. You have a strange situation.
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ExSatUser

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Cutting cutting and satellite internet don't mix. 

Satellite television.  It is amazing and works great.  Had it since 1994. 
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fmj77

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@Voyager. Using Netflix. Hulu and Acorn with satellite internet as your source of TV shows your ignorance. No wonder you're out of data. Quit complaining.
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Voyager

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@fmj77, It appears you are an expert in the field of ignorance.
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ExSatUser

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While you appear to like to insult people, I must ask why you are on Viasat in the first place?  Don't you have DSL? 
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fmj77

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"It appears you are an expert in the field of ignorance". Nope. I'm not the one complaining of getting 0.0Mbps speeds am I?