Will we have the Late Night Free Zone after Viasat 2?

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I was told we will not have the LNFZ with the new plans under Viasat 2 in Fall 2017.  This is TERRIBLE NEWS and is a downgrade.  After all, for most people current caps almost take care of basic web browsing.  With the new satellite, speeds and allowance may be greater, but to replace the LNFZ, we would have to have a 250 to 300 gigabyte allowance (at least).  This is unlikely.  So for those who value the ability to download, the new satellite may actually mean a huge downgrade in service.
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Concentric Circles

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Alex, Viasat Corporate Communications

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HI Concentric: We haven't announced plans that'll be available after we have the new satellite in place but we're looking at significant upgrades in speed and data. I haven't heard anything about Free Zones yet but as soon as we do, we'll let everyone know what's up.
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Concentric Circles

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Thank you  (:
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Jeff Buller

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yeah. I'm not switching my plan to anything (and I mean ANYTHING) that has a data cap less than 300 Gigabytes and no free zone. That would be impossible for my current usage. My current plan is perfect for us and has worked fine for us (with a few hiccups with Exede's changes over the last couple of months). But seems to be working great again and we are pretty happy to just be able to communicate.