You and your family sit down for your Friday night movie night, but after only a few minutes into the movie, it stops. Frustrated, you call your provider and they explain that, because of a few extra movies you watched this past month, you went over your data limit. This is the third time in the past 6 months this has happened. What’s the point of having Internet if you can’t use it to stream videos without going over your data cap? We asked ourselves the same question, and here’s what we came up with: there shouldn’t be data caps for streaming video.
Data caps allow Internet providers to limit their customers’ use of their services. This means they are getting more money in fees every time you go over, and are basically giving you less so they can make more. Video streaming is where most of a data plan is used because playing movies is one of our favorite things to use our Internet for, but it requires the most data. If not for video streaming, most people would never go over their data cap. So what’s the solution? How about no data caps for video streaming!
At JDS Systems, we believe that your Internet service should be straightforward and give you what you want with no hidden fees, data cap schemes or unreliable service. That’s why, as your premier source for satellite TV and Internet, we are proud to be a carrier of HughesNet Internet in San Bernardino County, CA. HughesNet is known for its fast speeds, affordability and always striving to give their customers more of what they want—including more ability to stream your favorite shows and videos without the fear of going over your data limit.
With the new Gen5 from HughesNet, there are no hard data caps for streaming videos, which means no more canceled movie nights because you went over your limit. Instead, if you go over, you can still enjoy streaming videos at reduced speeds for no extra cost. Just like us, HughesNet is committed to keeping you connected to the Internet no matter what, which means that, even if you exceed your data cap, you can still continue to stream all the videos and movies you love.
Besides removing the data cap on streaming videos, the new Gen5 from HughesNet has other features that can help you conserve your data. These data-saving features will help compress and optimize your web content. Your service will adjust data rates from streaming videos to deliver DVD quality so you can watch three times the videos while using the same amount of data.
If you want to avoid going over your data cap for streaming videos, call the team at JDS Systems today! As your carrier for HughesNet Internet in San Bernardino County, CA, we’ll install the new Gen5 for you so you can start enjoying video streaming with no hard data caps. We look forward to helping you get the very most out of your Internet experience!