Symbi not a bad program i still run it. It does give you chance to see all your network devices and you can automatic add token when you need them keeps a eye on your computer warns of low memory and cpu usage and the price is good its free
We just received a reply to our sales call review request, and this sales source indicated that "the sales agent did not state that the customer could download Netflix during bonus byte hours." However, I do see that our support rep, when you called in March 17, incorrectly advised you to use a download manager to stream movies during the Bonus Bytes hours. I do apologize for the rep misspeaking and we'll notify management so that this rep gets proper coaching. I will be sending you some tokens for the inconvenience.
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yeah i was lied to as well. Was told i could watch netflix and play online games such as call of duty and you CANT do either! hughesnet is basically for email checking and maybe homework.THATS IT! which when you pay out the wazoo for them and you check your email what a joke!