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41 Everyday Scams That Are Tough To Avoid

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Much like cellular data, the internet is not a finite resource. Once those cables are in, bam! Internet. So why do internet companies offer so many packages for different speeds and usage, and charge an arm and a leg for them? Short answer: because they can. It’s not like you’re paying a premium for the fastest internet speeds in the world, either (even though that’s what they’d like you to believe). A lot of the time, you’re paying upwards of $60-70 a month for slow internet that cuts out way too often. What sucks even more is a lot of the time you don’t even have a choice about which provider to use since certain areas are only equipped with certain internet and cable providers. If you’re moving to a TimeWarner area, expect to pay TimeWarner prices. You have no control.

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