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# 22265 22-May-2008 14:34
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Since Woosh/Quicksilver are ending my all you can eat internet plan I need to find a new one (and provider) ... anyone have some recommendations ?

Up to now I've had

Download = unlimited
Upload = 128K
Quota  = unlimited
Price = $49.95

I'd like the same, who is a good ISP to look at ?

Thanks!

Mark

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  # 132563 22-May-2008 16:01
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You pretty much can't get an unlimited plan without catches, especially for that price.

The closest you'll come is maybe snap's night owl or slingshots overnight zero-rated (coming soon?). Both are overnight unlimited i think.

The only true unlimited data plan is from actrix and costs $400.

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  # 132567 22-May-2008 16:24
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eXDee: You pretty much can't get an unlimited plan without catches, especially for that price.

The closest you'll come is maybe snap's night owl or slingshots overnight zero-rated (coming soon?). Both are overnight unlimited i think.

The only true unlimited data plan is from actrix and costs $400.

You can forget Snap - they no longer have Night Owl.

You will need to measure and average out your usage and look for a plan - there is no cheap alternative for true unlimited plans.




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