Willing to pay more for more Bandwidth... How?

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I am an X- Wildblue user who was happy with the service through 2009. In 2010, Verizon brought LTE to my area and I made the switch. It was AWESOME, they made it real easy to adjust your "allowance" on the fly. BUT, last month I outgrew my 20GB allowance. I was paying $150 for 20 GB's of shared data between 2 phones and a HotSpot I used at home. I need to bump up to the next level, which is 30 GB for an ADDITIONAL $75 a month, bringing my Data bill to $225 a month.

I know that in order to play,I need to pay... So I am considering all options. I see for new users they are allowing 50 GB for $129 a month, for 6 Months. How do I make that permanent? If you can beat $225 a month, I will sign the paper!!
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You do not want Exede unless it is a completely last resort option. They expect you to use your data at their convince. They will give all sorts of ways to save your data, which basically consist of pay your bill on time and don't use the service unless it is during the Free zone in the middle of the night. They are a huge rip off for a lot of us that have business to conduct online during the day. We have to unhook the cable between the router and modem during the day unless we are in the middle of needing it, and our 10gigs like a lot of others still disappears in a week at the best, then it's 3 weeks of horrible service. Just read all points carefully before signing up.
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Well, the 50 GB is only for six moths but, 130 for 25 is not bad plus you'd have the LNFZ.
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Please visit www.exede.com and enter your zip code.  All available plans in your area will populate.  You can also send me an email to exedelistens@viasat.com with your contact information and I can answer any questions or concerns you have.  
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ViaSat-1 has been in orbit for several years, which makes me wonder why the company is now just starting to push up broadband caps.

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