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  Reply # 375475 1-Sep-2010 20:31 Send private message

geekiegeek: They have also dropped the cost of warpspeed by $20, still cheaper to pay overage though.


I don't remember what it was before, but the LightSpeed 90G plan is pretty funny. Unless you ALWAYS go over 90GB then you'd be better off with the LightSpeed 60G plan... but if you do always go over, then you're only saving 25 cents a month!

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  Reply # 375598 2-Sep-2010 09:32 Send private message

It was the same with the 20GB plan, I don't know why you'd be on it unless you always go over the 20GB limit, by staying on the 10GB plan and paying $2.95 for each GB, you'd rake up about 18.5GB for the same amount of money as the 20GB plan.

Looks like these new plans for us low data users is better scaled.

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  Reply # 375623 2-Sep-2010 10:32 Send private message

The jump from the Lightspeed 20G plan to 40G plan is now only $14 where it used to be $30 so I think I will finally upgrade!




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  Reply # 375649 2-Sep-2010 11:11 Send private message

redjet: The jump from the Lightspeed 20G plan to 40G plan is now only $14 where it used to be $30 so I think I will finally upgrade!

Lightspeed 40G is actually cheaper than the old/current Lightspeed 20G...

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  Reply # 376292 3-Sep-2010 15:34 Send private message

My question now would be what effect does it have when the change occurs half-way through your billing month? (I tried phoning them, but after getting transferred twice I got tired of their hold music)

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  Reply # 376609 4-Sep-2010 15:43 Send private message

I got a letter today... everyone should get one soon according to the tech that also hooked up my new house!

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