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VZW BroandbandAccess - for laptops, etc

Discussion in 'Northeastern US Wireless Forum' started by webcomplete, Jun 30, 2005.

  1. webcomplete

    webcomplete New Member

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    http://www.verizonwireless.com/b2c/splash/splash.jsp?v=9

    Is anyone using this service already? Is the billing completely flat $79.99 for unlimited use?

    We signed up for this service 4 weeks ago. Been using it all day long for mobile internet access non stop, day after day. Just dawned on us if this is really unlimited for 79.99 or there is a hidden clause? Just want to know if we need to leave the country before we get the bill. Anyone using it?
     
  2. twopiece

    twopiece D'oh!!
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    From what I underatand, it should be $79.99 for unlimited use. The only other charges you should see are taxes and surcharges.

    An ex-coworker was considering it a few months back but never got it.

    How is the service anyways?
     
  3. webcomplete

    webcomplete New Member

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    The service is great - it is very fast - we are able to get 1MBPS download using dslreports.com to test throughput.

    It is just a great concern that VZW actually has small print that says $0.25 / min for Quick 2 Net additional charges now that I am reading their ad on the above url.

    I hope this does not apply to us. I already have great mistrust to all wireless service providers.
     
  4. Stupiud

    Stupiud Yea, I can hear you now!
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    At this point, i really doubt you will ever have to use Q2N.
     

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