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This is a sub-selection from Millenicom??


iLive4Fusion
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join:2006-07-13
reply to Morgan1970

Re: Millenicom??

said by Morgan1970:

Thanks. Yeah, I just found out about Millenicom from another BBR user about three weeks ago. I wish I had found out before I spent over $200 to get up and running with Verizon. As soon as I can afford it I am switching to Millenicom. If I could have brought my Verizon branded USB modem with me that would have been great. I have to save up $225 to switch to Millenicom. I have to pay $100 for the USB dongle, plus $50 activation fee, and $15 shipping charge, and $60 for the service. $60 for 20 GB is a far better deal than $80 for 5 GB.

Another thing you can look it as well if you cant go the Millenicom route for right now, is call up Verizon and see if you can get on a postpaid plan and go month to month. I am doing that with my 4G Pantech modem, I bought one off eBay because I hate contracts and I am doing the 5GB for $50 plan. They also have 10GB for $80. That could at least save you some until you can switch to Mcomm.
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Morgan1970
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Crisfield, MD
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Thanks again for the info. I am back with Verizon DSL now because an opening became available in my oversold central office. So I just use my USB dongle in the months I need it for traveling purposes. Since I rarely have a need for it now I decided to stick with Verizon Wireless since it would take another $225 investment to get up and running with Millenicom.
This is a sub-selection from Millenicom??