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pioneer56

join:2008-03-21
Michigan
reply to Uxbfool_t

Re: [General] Home Fusion install scheduled

Short of them changing everyone's terms and kicking thousands if not more people off unlimited, they won't be moving me off anytime soon. Home Fusion is the next best option to unlimited though.


isp10002

join:2012-10-24
Yeah they can kick you off month to month...


jim346987

@myvzw.com
does the homefusion modem have a sim card?


isp10002

join:2012-10-24
Sadly no.


admin123

@myvzw.com
Homefusion does have a sim card its very hard get to tho.

kevnich24

join:2006-04-19
Mulberry, FL
Yeah I'm not sure who got the idea home fusion wouldn't have a sim card as it's an LTE service. LTE is a gsm technology and uses sim modules for subscriber information. I'm sure they're not going to really disclose the location of where the sim module is located but I'm sure under examination it wouldn't be difficult to find it.

I just wish they'd price their LTE services much more competitively. Their trying to compete with DSL and for the speed it is faster but it costs an arm and a leg for those services when it shouldn't. It's like their wanting all the early adopters to foot the bill for the entire 4g LTE upgrade. Price it competitively and when a lot of people sign up, that will pay for itself.

decifal

join:2007-03-10
Bon Aqua, TN
kudos:1
said by kevnich24:

Yeah I'm not sure who got the idea home fusion wouldn't have a sim card as it's an LTE service. LTE is a gsm technology and uses sim modules for subscriber information. I'm sure they're not going to really disclose the location of where the sim module is located but I'm sure under examination it wouldn't be difficult to find it.

I just wish they'd price their LTE services much more competitively. Their trying to compete with DSL and for the speed it is faster but it costs an arm and a leg for those services when it shouldn't. It's like their wanting all the early adopters to foot the bill for the entire 4g LTE upgrade. Price it competitively and when a lot of people sign up, that will pay for itself.

/\----This.. If they offered the dsl cap of 150 gigs for say 60 a month, i'd be on the homefusion bandwagon in a minute.. I don't want to pay 60 for 20, by the time you start enjoying the service during the month you've killed the cap.. 150 gigs though is reasonable, and imo, maintainable with their network...


admin123

@myvzw.com
Yup i agree 150 gigs i would love. but being verizon i am sure that would cost $1,300/month lol.

decifal

join:2007-03-10
Bon Aqua, TN
kudos:1
said by admin123 :

Yup i agree 150 gigs i would love. but being verizon i am sure that would cost $1,300/month lol.

Lol, yeah, thats what they would want to charge for dang sure! If broadband penetration was anywhere near as good as the local telecos and cable companies made out that it was, they could easily offer the 150 gigs for a reasonable price... I think they could handle it in most areas where this service is needed...