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    Yea well if I ever catch u on any roof I plan on painting&I catch u up there &your not anybody from LORDS...then I will cut upside down crosses in your hands&throw u off the rooftop
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    So, bringing things back to graffiti and all....
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    just saw this... i have the same problem. satellite it only good if you're in am area that has gen 5 service. even then it capped, so it sucks. My workaround is that T-Mobile has an uncapped data plan for for tablets (believe its high speed for the first 10gb before being throttled back to 2mbps. If you get the international package, they uncap your high speed data and you get the benefit of free roaming globally. That's unlimited data anywhere the thing gets a signal. In my area, I can get a steady 13 - 30mbps on T-Mobile which is comparable to DSL (you can stream Netflix) and upside is I also have a laptop so I can use internet anywhere. If you move your cell phone line to them its dumb cheap... $20 for the data plan + $20 for the global unlimited. If you don't have T-Mobile cell service its $80 for the data plan + $20 for global unlimited. Since satellite is around $80 a month for their version of high speed (which at best seems to be around 7 - 15mbps), plus is called, this is a better deal, especially if you also have a laptop. Drawback is that you need a device you can hostpot, though they sell iPads for less than Apple and you can also finance if you want. You can also buy a cheap unlocked hotspot capable smartphone off eBay for cheap if its a generation or two old. Also downside is that you often have to rest the hotspot as it will go to sleep after a while when not used (At least my iPad does). So you can't have an always on connection on your computer 24-7 like typical home DSL / WiFi setups. But yeah, it works really well if you're stuck with no internet. I did a ton of research on this and seems that 5G cellular is going to fix all of it. The spec is being formalized now and commercial handsets should be available late next year. 5G is being developed with VR applications in mind and is supposedly super stable as they expect to be able to do remote surgeries and shit with it. It's supposed to be a gigabit connection when launched and has a theoretical max of 3gbps later down the road. It's also supposedly built to scale massively to avoid the issues with network traffic they have with 4G. As such, it very likely that all 5G plans will be unlimited as there will be enough bandwidth for most the world to be sending video and other massive data streams through it.
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