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Fri, Sep 2, 2022 12:32 PM

Internet 45 vs Internet 50

Why is Internet 50 cheaper than Internet 45? What are the differences in the two services? What might I gain or lose by switching to 50?

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3 months ago

Here to help find information about internet plans, @jkev.

 

Prices can vary on internet plans based on technology used to deliver service to you and other factors.

 

For further assistance with choosing the right internet plan, we recommend reaching out to our customer care number at 1-800-288-2020.

 

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2 months ago

I did that and did not got any valuable info about the $ rate and what I am gaining or loosing

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2 months ago

Internet 45 is an older plan in 2015 was list price of $82 with $7 equipment fee for total of $89. Known as Uverse POWER, a bonded pair service using F cards which had lower uploads… in essence (2) UVERSE MAX TURBO (24/3) combined to provide 45/6. 

There have been (2) price increases I am aware of since 2015, an increase in 2018 of $3 and another in 2022 of $3 result 82+3+3=88.

Internet 50 is a newer IPBB offering (50/10) that can be single pair or bonded pair using K or N card which offers higher upload speed than F card. For shorter distance as single pair requires correct connection at CrossBox. As a bonded pair this is (2) 25/5 combined to provide the speed tier.

The IPBB speed tiers were introduced in 2016 and had a $10 equipment fee instead of $7 from older speed tiers.

The biggest difference is card type available which determines speed upload.

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