Will there be a 50 Mbps plan on viasat. ????? If it is what is the price

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Posted 9 months ago

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Old Labs (VS1-329-L12FZ)

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Yes. It's already showing up for some on a regional basis. Price may vary by region however it looks like the norm wil be $150 - check it out on viasat.com for Zip Code 80238.

Waiting to hear back from a user here who was among the first to have an install today requiring the new equipment - it is presumably on Viasat-2 and he indicated he had to agree to a new two year agreement.
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This forum is a lot like watching pornography for some people.  You can look at Viasat 2 and fantasize, but you can't touch.
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"Will there be a 50 Mbps plan on viasat. ????? If it is what is the price"

Driving me freaking nuts. Can you imagine 6 months of this?
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I could make it better by nagging about a 100Mbps plan... and that I want it to be synchronous, which just won't happen...
 
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I created a post called “My experience (Viasat-2, 50mbps)” I didn’t want to hi jack anyone else’s post.
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Saw it, thanks and enjoy.

Also answers the original poster's question - yes there will be one (and only one) and An0nG33k got it ;)
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Those plans being offered on Viasat 2 do not look very appealing. I believe I'll be staying on my Freedom plan for the foreseeable future.
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The Freedom plan is the best plan on Viasat, hands down.
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No question. It might not be "unlimited" but offers a large amount of data.

150GB priority data, 1080p. As long as you stay 150GB or lower, it is not even close.
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