See screen shot below. This exchange was after someone called me from Hughes when I easn't home, and only left the tollfree number that doesn't allow the customer to speak to a live person. I have mutiple complaints: slow, unreliable service, inability to stream, modems that need frequent replacement, and my 20 GB monthly use going to zero in the first few days of each month. I now have a home office--can Hughes support me or do I need to switch?
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Your best bet right now is to wait until this coming week when the corporate reps on this site can look at your case numbers and see what's what. They'll sort this out for you.
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and my 20 GB monthly use going to zero in the first few days of each month.
This may simply be a matter of your devices using your data, whether as a result of your activity, their own or both. Most devices need to be locked down in some way in order to not use more data than is necessary. Cloud service, internet connected satellite TV receivers, syncing, frequent updates, streaming, etc. can all use a lot of data.
Good morning Louie,
I see it's your first post here, so welcome to the community! I'd like to address your concerns so I pulled up your account to review your case notes and run diagnostics on the HughesNet system. The notes indicate that a WiFi Booster is suggested, and the diagnostics support this. The HughesNet system itself is working normally, with the HughesNet modem receiving 30 Mbps in download speeds right now. However, the devices (EPSON6097A9 and MacBookAir) on the wifi network only have a fair signal strength. If you can't move those devices closer to the modem to improve the signal strength, our WiFi Booster which extends the range of the the wifi network may help.
As a longtime valued customer, I can send you a complimentary WiFi Booster to address your concerns. Private message me the address to where you would like the booster shipped.
To add onto what Gabe said about unidentified data usage, you may want to look into using a third-party data monitoring program to help you pinpoint the programs on your PC that use the most data. Community members have suggested and used GlassWire, so feel free to ask them for tips on using it: https://www.glasswire.com
Your cooperation, patience, and understanding are much appreciated.
Good morning Louie,
We're closing this thread since we never got a reply from you. If you still have concerns, please start a new thread and include a detailed explanation so we can more effectively help you.