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  Reply # 1998636 18-Apr-2018 14:52
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cokeman2: So my mate in town orders in town ,I bring the modem to rural address it will not work or kind of work?

 

 

 

It will get flaged as not at it's intended address and geolocked.





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  Reply # 2000044 20-Apr-2018 21:48
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Just renewed and found the 240 gb for $59.00 option. Very pleased with this upgrade to the data allowance. Youtube binge watching for me.


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  Reply # 2003934 28-Apr-2018 09:43
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Thanks Skinny for the 240GB LTE option.. well done.


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  Reply # 2004074 28-Apr-2018 13:46
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I am really looking forward to this becoming available in my area. It's $35 a month cheaper than what I'm paying now for 120Gb with another wireless provider, and from all accounts Skinny's customer service is also much better.


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