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#11142 5-Jan-2007 10:28

Heads up, Just changed of Go Large as it is completely useless for online gaming......... i wanted to go back to the 5gb plan for $49.95 but have been informed this is no longer avaliable and i can not go back to it (GRRRRRRRRRRRR)!  The best they could do is 2gb for $49.95 (what happened to the other 3gb??????????). I am most annoyed that not only did i get a crappy deal with Go Large and could not use my computer for the games i love to play but now i get a penalty of 3gb for changing in the first place!

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tallPete
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  #56969 5-Jan-2007 10:33
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Try another ISP - there is at least one that offers the plan you want at your price, and they have received favourable reports on this forum.

Good luck :)

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