Los Angeles, CA
reply to openbox9
Re: Their own fault.. Problem is, this company attempts to establish its product as "in line" with wired connections. It even goes so far as to differentiate its "mobile" broadband connection coverage area and its ISP operations area (ie. I plugged in my address. It said I didn't qualify for it's residential ISP router & service, but their mobile 3G/4G hotspot product was A-OK).
I'm all for cellular wireless companies imposing boundaries on their service. However, if you're explicitly competing against offerings of DSL & cable, then your advertised product should actually match up.