| Review by ruckusronn |
member for 4.2 years, 48 visits, last login: 55 days ago
updated 216 days ago
- $50 per month
- (12 month contract)
- about 20 days
- "better than tin cans and a string"
I tried to get the most Mbps for the money(the need for speed).They were going to charge me roughly $65 for 6Mbps.The installer took a week to get here because he's in another county.Good kid though.After he installed the antenna thing were ok for a couple of hours but I kept losing my connection and had 70% packet loss.Needless to say my MagicJack wouldn't work so I could call tech. support.Finally got through to see if they could tweek it from their end,they tried but to no avail.Was told they'd send a tech out the following week which they did.Same kid,he ran new cable and used an older antenna.I was told that because of where I lived I would probably never be able to get 6Mbps out of their system from here.So I called and downgraded to 3Mbps.It's been about 24 hours and so far so good.I don't want to jinx it...lol I still got a few days left for my Money Back Guarantee I hope it'll work for a change.
I think that you'll find 3Mb/ps to work just fine. I think that I've had the 3 Mb/ps service up here in Westwood, CA since about 2002. I didn't think that I needed the 6 Mb/ps service. This has been working just fine for finding info, email, general surfing and I have a NetTalk device attached to it that provides good outgoing and incoming phone service 24/7. I've had no problem with streaming movies and other material from Netflix, Hulu Plus or Crackle. I have a Roku device connected to my TV that connects (wireless) to Digitalpath (24/7) and I find that it has a better selection of entertainment than either sattelite or cable has and at just a fraction of the price of either one of them.