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mifi plans
jc10
Member

Hear me out on this...the mifi data usage plans are so not fair.  They are way overpriced, however i would be willing to pay more for more data if it was far.  For example look at the new home fusion.  $60 for ten gb.  $60 on a mifi plan only gets you 6 gb.  Not fair in my book.  I'd be happy to pay $60 for ten.  Instead they want like $80. 

With 4g coming out now in more areas, data usage is going to be more of a problem.  Two questions though.  One, that i just asked, can the prices be updated?   Two, why the data cap?   I'm sure several people would pay for unlimited.  Before you say go through a landline/dsl, remember that for some of us that live in rural areas this is pretty much the only option.

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John_Getzke
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Home Fusion gets better data plans, but you have no mobility with those devices.  Home Fusion antennas remain bolted to the walls or roof of your house.  If you can get by without being mobile then Home Fusion is a great alternative.  If you need to go mobile then you will have to deal with the trade-offs associated with those devices.

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Re: mifi plans
jc10
Member

tell me how that's fair though?  It's not.  Why are the data plans so overpriced and why are there not more options?   You would think as technology evolves so would tech companies.  Apparently this is not the case.  You can even't watch a simple youtube video on verizon.  Is this not 2012?   I understand they put caps so they could make money but at least offer some reasonable plans.  As i said...i would take $60 bucks for ten gb on mifi.  Doesn't seem fair that some Verizon plans are getting better deals than others.

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