Verizon air card

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Real Estate Agent with Coastal Properties Group International
I've found my Verizon air card well worth its $49.99/month fee (no limit on calls and no long distance charges). It is much more reliable than WiFi, and saves the WiFi fees that many hotels still charge. I use it when out with clients, when travelling, when on the boat.  It has worked as far away as the Big Island in Hawaii, but today for the first time I found its limite - in the mountains of Wyoming and Utah.  Cell phones didn't work either, and the signal would come and go for the air card. The card works in the populated areas such as Jackson WY and Park City UT but not in the remote unpopulated areas.
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Sharon Simms
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Coastal Properties Group
CHRISTIE'S International Real Estate
238 Beach Drive NE
St Petersburg, FL 33701
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jea sim

i have a air card but...

this month, they charge me over $3000..

i didnt used a lot on the internet but they charge $3000 

i dont know what is the problem right here.

do i have to pay all $3000 ?

 

March 07, 2009 03:42 AM
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I just visited India and noticed that their data rates are 2 cents per MB, while we in the US are about 2 cents per KB.  Data rates in the US are at least 1,000 times greater than that in India.  How can India do it for so much less?  It's just a matter of gouging and the providers know they can ask that much.  And no, their wireless network is a commercial enterprise, not owned or subsidized by the government.  These data plans are ridiculous, but as long as we all think we are getting a deal, the rates will simply climb.

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Mark,  It may seem like gouging but the reality is that is the definition of a "market".  We make more money here and are obviously willing to pay the cost, otherwise the price would be lower.

June 26, 2009 12:37 PM
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Wow, I wish I came here first before spending 5 hours and then another 1 and 1/2 hours on tech support with MagicJack.  I have a Verizon aircard and no one couldn't figure out why I kept getting an "error 6" (connection problem)on the dial pad.  It wasn't until the last few minutes of me trying to pull my hair out that the tech finally said they do not guarantee MagicJack with an aircard.  Seems like bull to me.  I just don't understand why they didn't tell me in the first place that it might not work with the aircard.  I wasted so much time.  Oh, one of the steps was to send me to the link speedtest.net as specified above, but even though they felt the speed was sufficient it would not work with magicjack.  However, I use this aircard when I am down the shore or away from home and away from my usual DSL and it does work great on its own.  But then when trying to use it with the the magicJack, it kept coming up with error messages.  Seems that magicjack support is outsourced and doesn't know what they are doing either.  I just wish I could use the magicJack with the aircard.  Anyone have suggestions. 

August 31, 2009 09:23 PM
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Hi Sharon, I was using my company verizon aircard to  do work when the carribbean I wanted to know if they can view the sites I went on, the company has recieved a bill of 10,000 and wants to charge me back, I did visit some social sites but the bulk was attributed to work. This is a domestic Aircard I have and it was on when I opened the internet connection, I did not click to accept global roaming charges. I truly am devastated by this and they are in dispute with Verizon. Two questions will my laundry be aired, second will the bill get reduced, and if is a company card and company computer am i liable to pay this. Where does one find 10,000 when I was doing this for work purposes on my vacation. I am so upset. Please help me. Matthew

 

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