Dear HughesNet Satellite Internet I’m not on dial-up

For some reason HughesNet Satellite Internet thinks I’m a dial-up customer. This is interest to me do to the fact that I have been a cable broadband user for many years now. I left the dreaded dial-up Internet access world three houses ago. And my hope is that I will never be in a situation were I would even have to consider going back to those frustrating days. Granted with lowest tier pricing for most broadband providers. It wouldn’t be cost effective to consider heading back to dial-up even if I needed to. Either way HughesNet Satellite Internet has sent our household two mailers in the past month. Since I’m an affiliate I would purchase their service through my website if I needed it. Fortunately I live in the city and don’t. My current broadband provider is Comcast formerly Insight Communications here in Chatham, IL. Not sure how I would even use dial-up since we’ve used VOIP as our main phone line for years.

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