Aside from this being an affordable means of internet, I would not recommend it. Its $20 to connect 3 devices to wireless internet and no contract, which isn't terrible, but the actual connection that you get is awful. At best I am registering 1.1 mb/s down and 500 kb/s up. For 10 more dollars you can get Comcast which is advertising 12 mb/s down. The connection constantly gets dropped and if it goes down on the weekend then you are sol because their Tech support isn't open on Saturday and Sunday. As far as consoles go, if I unplug my Xbox my mac address will be deleted from their systems and will not be able to connect to the internet until I call them. You don't have access to the router to reset it if needed, which would be a simple fix for most connection issues. All in all, if you are a broke college kid then this internet is for you, but if you can afford the extra 10 buck go with Comcast or Verizon.
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