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99 for wireless. However if you speak with their customer service, they will bring that down to $44. 99/month and offer $300 in gift cards to make up the difference between the $48. 99 and the $36. 99 as promised. It’s all such a set up. The next lie is the $100 gifts cards. They offered:– $100 to offset the installation which installation cost $104. 94 with tax so there’s lie number 1– $300 to offset the $48. 99 to $36. 99 monthly monitoring service as mentioned above– $100 referral for the person who referred usHere’s where the lies come in – they charge you $4.

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01.14.2007 | 34 Comments

One may be hidden, but it's more of a side effect than the point. @anon12:27 I knew where you were going but enjoyed the ride. Nicely done. @phone users who comment That nifty "reply" feature where your comment appears immediately below the comment you are replying to does not work on any other platform. As a result, your conversational reply looks like a total non sequitur to everyone else. If you want us to understand your comments you need to, at a minimum, use the @ convention.

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01.14.2007 | 16 Comments

This happened repeatedly with various bits of information. Finally, being at my wits end, I wrote them an email letting them know I couldn't wait for them to start selling their product through 3rd party vendors so I could start reviewing it true to my word. I listed my previous experience, recapped the issues, and told them to quit trying to blame my settings, ISP, and acknowledge their product was not functioning properly. I received a phone call the next day apologizing for my experience. Again, I had to repeat myself constantly to the guy trying to make things better from having to repeat myself constantly. Even after correcting him several times that I have had only 2 units the 1st and one replacement, at the end of the call he was still perplexed that I was having issues on my 3rd unit.