router usb port

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connect to usb port?
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Jeff Hauck

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Posted 2 years ago

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Brian, Champion

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Probably depends upon which device you have and how effectively you form your Google query.
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I'm growing to despise this customer service.  This is officially as bad as the stories I heard about Wild Blue.  They play fast and loose with the policies and user agreements.  Try to see your usage files.  They can tell you what you what you used, but you can't see them.  Just dare you to try.  Call to get an answer and they send your call back through the computer until you quit trying.  Not much better when they answer - Use over your allotment and after paying for up to 25 Mbps - exceedibng150 GB they basically stopped my connection.  Slowed to 0.25 Mbps down and 0.67 Mbps Up.  Now .25 Mbps is about 165 Kbps.  Dial up speeds.  I'm paying extra for years to get up to 25 kP
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Matt B, Viasat Employee

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I'd be happy to send you a screenshot of your usage!  Please send your account info to, and I'll get that to you!

As for going over your data limit, your speeds will lower, that's stated in the customer agreement.  
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Alex, Viasat Corporate Communications

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If you're talking about the USB port on an Exede modem, it's a sort of placeholder for something in the future. It doesn't do anything right now.
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Kinda like the rest of the service!