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Old 02-25-2010, 03:41 PM   #15
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Originally Posted by Kolenka View Post
The question is: what are the terms between iRex and Verizon, and does it include the ability of Verizon or iRex to decide if a device is using too much bandwidth and not generating enough revenue or is iRex planning on just eating all those costs...
Perhaps it would be better to look at the paperwork within the box to see if the agreement between the buyer and IREX says anything that would give them grounds to terminate your connection. Even if Verizon cuts you off, IREX may have to send you a new device to get you back online since they didn't specify this issue in their agreement with the consumer.
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