If you feel that appropriate expectations were not set by the sales representative you can ask for a sales call review.
HughesNet does not hide the fact that its plans offer a set amount of high speed data per month, and after that data is exhausted you are throttled. Happy people in their ads doesn't equate to deception, and lack of research of a product or service before buying or signing up for it isn't the fault of the provider.
And yes, there is an Early Termination Fee if cancelling the service prior to fulfilling the 24 month commitment.
"If there were a way to sue this company for false advertising"
They don't engage in false advertising, so you'd be wasting your time. Now, if there were a way to sue people for ignorance and lack of attention to detail.....
Well, New Poster, if your sales call is within 3 months, you can request a sales call review, so the HughesNet reps on this site (you will recognise them because they have MOD next to their names) can see what expectations were set.
Anyone can do research on the internet, access the site, see the subscriber agreement, research this site, ask questions, and more. You could have done that too, New Poster.
As stated in my reply to you nearly three months ago, if you feel that appropriate expectations were not set you can ask for a sales call review. If from that review it's determined that you were misled, you may have recourse.
It's unfortunate that you've chosen not to do so, because like maratsade said, you have around three months or so from the time of the sales call to ask for that review, as they only save them for the first few months.
Unfortunately that was too late. I've been a very disappointed customer for nearly 4 years. Why you believe I'm new, I've no idea. I'm just stuck with this company until another alternative arises