The truth on unlimited Internet plans

Do you know that old adage “if it sounds too good to be true, than it most likely is”? Of course you do, yet I would venture that a majority of the world is still susceptible to the wool being pulled over their eyes. Today there is a marketing ploy used by many internet service providers, all pulling the wool over the consumers eyes, and that is their offering of unlimited internet service!
Yes, believe it or not, those promised unlimited internet plans may not actually be unlimited! Some providers have what is called a fair usage policy, that fine print at the bottom of a contract that absolutely nobody reads. It is unfortunate because they are technically allowed to market their plans as unlimited, however, some of the worst usage offenders can still exceed this “fair usage” amount and incur some very costly penalties. Remember to ALWAYS read the fine print, or make it easier on yourself by choosing a reputable company that actually offers what they advertise. For just such a company, find out more about Jiva unlimited broadband. You can sign up for a plan with peace of mind, and sometimes you can’t put a price tag on that.
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Now I’m not saying that there aren’t providers who will actually offer you unlimited internet plans. There are some that will allow you to stay connect and use as much data as you can in 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. But don’t fool yourself into thinking that the speed and quality will remain the same over that period of time. You may start out the highest internet speed available from the service provider, only to find out that after so much usage it begins to move at a snails speed. Shady internet providers have different tiers of speed throughout the month depending on what usage level you are at. As you use more and more data you will find the internet moving slower and slower for you, until it feels like you are back in the days of dial-up speed.
Do yourself a favor as a consumer, and find a company that delivers on what they promise. For those of you that work at home, like myself, you can understand how vital it is to have a speedy and reliable connection throughout the entire month, not just part of it. And there is no reason why you need to pay an arm and a leg for it either.
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