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Lamiel

join:2008-04-05
Saint Johns, MI
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reply to Uxbfool_t

Re: [General] Home Fusion install scheduled

As jupiter837 pointed out, you can get the advantage of using Verizon's LTE network without the contract, without fees and taxes, and for a better price-to-cap ratio (20GB/month for $69.99). Millenicom is a legitimate company that has a contract with Verizon to resell their services (both 3G and 4G); take a peek at the Millenicom forum on this site for more info. I've been with Millenicom for over 3 years, and I'm very pleased with their service. I just recently upgraded to their 3G/4G plan, and I'm very much enjoying my contract-free LTE. I honestly can't see any reason to opt for HomeFusion service at the base tier - if you wanted to pay $120 for the 30GB plan, that would be different I suppose, but I would think that would be undoable for most people.
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