- Report: #1048482
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Complaint Review: Net Zero
Net ZeroWoodland Hills ,Ca. Internet, California USA
Net Zero Net Zero 4g Stick device $77.00 for less than 40 minutes of web use per month? Internet California
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By my second month of 4g Internet service I was in for a shock ! On the last day of of my
first month I had 47megabites of service left ,so I went online to fulfill the monthly alotment (200 megs ) ,
when I disconnected an hour later at about 7 minutes after midnight and CHECKED the usage it showed that I
had used 12% of the May 2013 alotment and all of Aprils 200 megabites used . [ The shock came clear
even with the ubee stick UNPLUGGED all night and the COMPUTER turned OFF !! ]
I received a Email within 24 hours saying that ............
all the service alotment for May 2013 had been used up ! Where did the other 185 or 188 megabites
get used up with everything disconnected and turned off ?? Net Zero would only offer upgrade
to 500 megs plan 9 or higher $ ) if more time is wanted or wait to June 2013.
Simply stated just to get a very little free ISP time dont spend 49.95 + 20.00 shipping and Ca. tax.
Its 200 megs of BAIT ! You need 500megs or 1 gig of ISP time for any web surfing / video
due you want to spend the $$ or walk to the Public Library .
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 05/04/2013 04:24 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Net-Zero/Internet-California/Net-Zero-Net-Zero-4g-Stick-device-7700-for-less-than-40-minutes-of-web-use-per-mont-1048482. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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