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Omg!Same situation here.

I had Lear for 3 years now and come to find out just recently they are shutting towers down. I'm soo very sad. I called customer service, they told me that, I use an average of 300 gigabytes of data monthly. There are 9 members from my family in my house hold and we all 9members use the hub for homework, work, play, watch movies, ect.....

I called 4 different providers, and NONE offer a deal like clear.

I found time warner cable the cheapest was $89.00 a month for two year contract and only 30 gigabytes a month....Wtf

Dose anyone have any suggestions for me please help!h

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Anonymous
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I feel your pain!!!!!! Also a Clear member.

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to Anonymous Brooklyn, New York, United States #1060154

Try netzero

Anonymous
#1057914

Try to go for Xfinity/Comcast.They cap at 300 gb per month.

Hope this helps.

I am switching to Xfinity Nov.5th 2015....in a few days.....bitter sweet...Goodbye...Clear...-sniffles sadly-

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Richardson, Texas, United States #1053115

There is no replacement that comes close, everything wireless will be metered with caps unless you can find a Wireless ISP in your area.

Time Warner must have quoted you for some LTE device. They do not have 30GB caps on their cable modem wired service (though they will contact you if you're being 'abusive' to their network, which they never tell you what they mean by that).

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