10GB is not enough. I upload videos of local events for blogging. Even shrinking the videos first, it's easy to go over.
Your 4G LT upload speed is 23 times faster than the fastest AT&T DSL speed I can get here, and cable will never come here (population density too low).
I'm doing a lot of free advertising for your service lately:
Your HomeFusion Broadband has higher caps. When will it be available in Georgia?
Maybe you'd like a pilot participant to test it out?
(Branched this post to this new discussion for better exposure..original thread too old)
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Why you responding to a 15 month old thread? Anyways if you get 4G now you should be able to get HomeFusion. The new Share Everything plans go up to 20 GB by the way. Also if 10 GB is not enough I'm pretty sure 30 GB on HomeFusion won't be either. If you have DSL I'd take that for your uploading even if it's slow. At&t DSL has a 150 GB cap and it will cost a lot less than the $120 Verizon wants for a 30 GB HomeFusion plan. LTE is not meant to be a replacement for REAL internet. Not yet anyway.