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I've had mostly positive experiences. $45 per month...doesn't change. Wish they could compete bandwidth wise with cable. But still better than the world's most expensive cable internet from Midrivers. + 62 more characters
That's sad. I didnt realize this was someone ostensibly representing Midrivers telling us we were lucky Midrivers city cable wasnt priced like last ditch super-rural satellite internet. Pretty dishea + 742 more characters
Yeah, that's tough to live with. But satellite internet is an entirely different animal, and has nothing to do with why Midrivers is gouging its city-dwelling customers, who should otherwise have bet + 22 more characters
Metering in general is kind of annoying, but maybe they think its the best thing for their bandwidth costs. But .20 per gigabyte is a crazy level of price gouging no matter how you slice it. I also fi + 650 more characters
Just downloading a new game clocking in at just under 40gb. It just occurred to me that Midrivers would charge nearly $8 just to download it. Then the update downloads would likely add at least that + 189 more characters
You can have their 20 meg service and DirecTV Now with most the channels Midrivers axed all for less than $100 per month. Midrivers saved themselves a couple bucks a month at most by cutting AMC, Nic + 196 more characters
You're on a plan similar to what used to be available in Miles City. Midrivers took those options away in certain (big) markets. Those options were taken away even from existing subscribers on existi + 286 more characters
The most frustrating part of the whole thing is that back when Midrivers came into internet markets with existing options (like Miles City, Glendive, Sidney, Lewistown, etc) they essentially drove th + 1132 more characters
Centurylink offers 20mbps in Miles City now, which is enough for most things. That comes with 600 gig of data. Something that would cost you $140 month on Midrivers' new mandatory Wide Open Wallet pla + 207 more characters
Really not happy with the push towards "Wide Open Internet" in Miles City. Higher bandwidth plus $.20 per gig will really add up for heavier users. Centurylink added 20mbps service fairly recently whi + 313 more characters
So a 2009 budget passed by a Pelosi house and Reid Senate, then signed by President Obama was really Bush's fault?
Which President signed the 2009 budget?
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