Worst internet ever

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This company is garbage
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Bryson Dodson

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  • if you have children dont even try this

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ExSatUser

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What plan are you on and how much data have you used.
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Bryson Dodson

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200$+ and obviously too much... Which is ridiculous. But dont worry, only a few more months and i will be free of this trash and will not complain about the tuth anymore. Shocking that even with everyone being stuck at home most of the time due to covid 19 we cant even watch tv . THANKS VIASAT.☺
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Bryson Dodson

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PLEASE DO NOT CONTACT ME AGAIN. i have seenhow many times you continue to defend this company
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Homeskillet

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Viasat defender? Just a person who understands the limitations of satellite internet. I do not understand how people are getting the idea satellite internet can be treated like and function as well as hard wired broadband.
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Bradley

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Starlink articles maybe?
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ExSatUser

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Viasat marketing ovrrhyping service.
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Homeskillet

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I must admit on broadcast TV in my area (Richmond Va) they have stopped the misleading ads, the one with 3 family members simultaneously streaming high def video and bad mouthing DSL is gone. Now it is just a lone farmer projecting he has minimal needs.
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Bradley

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I more envision an old man rocking in a wooden chair with three cats in his lap.
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Country Girl

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I am very happy with my Viasat internet. Certainly not the best internet available to many, but I love my country living and the wide open spaces. Out where I live, there are only two choices, and I think that Viasat is the better choice, at least in my opinion.
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ExSatUser

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depends on location

But I am tired of the argument if you live here or there you have to sacrifice good internet.

If you get power run to your home, you should be able to get high quality, high speed internet.
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Country Girl

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ExSat, I agree with you, location will make or break getting good internet. I feel fortunate that I have decent speeds with Viasat, lucky enough to be in an area with a not so crowded beam. I know this isn't true  for may others.

I agree, high speed internet should be make accessible to anyone who has power, but the real problm is that it costs money to run the lines, and internet companies won't put that money in unless there is a high density of users along the way.

Until that happens, I can get along just fine with satellite internet.

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