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  Reply # 1319037 8-Jun-2015 06:51
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I too received the letter. I don't know how much data I regularly use, the letter says I use more than the plan I fall back onto, but not how much more. Maybe I will wait and see and just try to conserve a bit.

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Most likely the current spark unlimited plan is the exact same price you currently pay(for a old 120GB/150GB plan).

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1319638 8-Jun-2015 18:30
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If only i know what my data usage is. I guess we'll find out soon. I'm guessing between 50-80 gig




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I think we've all been given the standard form letter with "Right now, it looks like you might be using more data each month than you have in your current plan". 

How would they even know, if we haven't been metered all this time? How are we supposed to know what plan to go on if we can't see what our usage has been for the last few years?

I suggest Spark phase this in over a month or two, so we can actually get an idea of which plan is best. 




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they've marked the pathways and today started cutting into the path. to install UFB. I wonder when I will see that in my house. By Christmas is the quiet hope ...




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