The rest of the free world doesn't have a stupid token system.Nope, they don't... They just pay X amount after X data is used when they hit their cap, with out notifying the users.
Can you even tell me why there are data limits??Because Spaceway3, and Jupiter One, as well as Jupiter Two have LIMITED capacity, meaning once built, they have to survive a minimum of 15 years, and can't be upgraded. Sorry that technology and ideas evolve faster than the lifespan of a $500,000,000 satellite.
Are you afraid that there will be soooo many Hughesnet customers, using so much data that you couldn't possibly think about upgrading your systems to satisfy your customers that are already paying a disgustingly high monthly bill?Can't upgrade something that's what, 20,000 miles into the sky? Sorry, Hughesnet isn't NASA, but, they are building and launching Jupiter Two/Echostar19.
by design Hughesnet cannot lose.Well, after all, they are in business to make money and be profitable (shareholders).