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Brighthouse Networks Lightning Internet - 75mbps for $35/mo - new customers

cdoninger 8 18 October 3, 2015 at 11:36 AM in Computers (4)
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Brighthouse is offering to new customers their Lightning 75 Internet for $35 per month for a year.

http://brighthouse.com/35
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Offer expires on 12/31/2015. Offer only available to new Bright House Networks customers residing in serviceable areas in the following Florida counties: Hillsborough, Orange, Osceola, Seminole or any serviceable area outside of Florida. Some restrictions apply. Products and price of equipment and services subject to change.
http://brighthouse.com/about/abou...areas.html
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Awesome.. Usually the 75Mbps is around $70+/mo. And to make it even sweeter, I have an ongoing $10/mo credit for a mess up on my account, so you just got me 75Mbps service for $25/mo, where I was previously paying $30/mo for the 15Mbps....awesome! Thanks OP.
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bleh, they named every county around me, yet i dont qualify :/
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How much are all the fees? That's where they always get you...

Per month for 12 months plus taxes, equipment, governmental and other fees and surcharges

If they charge 10/mo for a modem then the deal is pretty meh. Also they will probably jack up prices after 12 months.
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How much are all the fees? That's where they always get you...

Per month for 12 months plus taxes, equipment, governmental and other fees and surcharges

If they charge 10/mo for a modem then the deal is pretty meh. Also they will probably jack up prices after 12 months.
They only way to keep pricing down is if you move around every year. I live in an apt complex and move every year, was able to "qualify" for new customer status due to this. Gonna stink once I find a perma place though ............................
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bleh, they named every county around me, yet i dont qualify :/
Same but I did get something in the mail about 15 Mbps for $20 a month so you might qualify for that if you are okay with that speed. It expires October 27
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Any existing customer here able to get this deal?
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Same but I did get something in the mail about 15 Mbps for $20 a month so you might qualify for that if you are okay with that speed. It expires October 27

eh, im with wow now and i have thei 35/5 for $55 and i have bene pretty unhappy with the constant issues from there, but dropping to 15mbps would be very discouraging.
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This irritates me I pay $75 for 35 speed because I live in the county not listed. No competition so they can bend us over as far as they want. >Frown
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How much are all the fees? That's where they always get you...

Per month for 12 months plus taxes, equipment, governmental and other fees and surcharges

If they charge 10/mo for a modem then the deal is pretty meh. Also they will probably jack up prices after 12 months.
I just got this it winds up being $39 and change with fees.
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They told me taxes, fees, etc is around $10. If you have your own router, it takes a few dollars off, and if you have your own modem, it takes off $4. I have Uverse right now, but promotion has ended and they won't offer anything. I'm seriously thinking of taking this, but wonder if I should get my own modem or not.
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I am currently a BH customer and paying insane $76+ for 35mbps speed and my current place and the place where i am moving to on 1st of Dec both qualifies for this this offer.

What is the work around to get this in my current place? Disconnect and get the new connection ?

How to get the connection in new place? Just apply as a new connection even though i have another connection in my name in the current place?

It seems that you have been doing in the past. if so, how? please let me know.

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They only way to keep pricing down is if you move around every year. I live in an apt complex and move every year, was able to "qualify" for new customer status due to this. Gonna stink once I find a perma place though ............................
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I am currently a BH customer and paying insane $76+ for 35mbps speed and my current place and the place where i am moving to on 1st of Dec both qualifies for this this offer.

What is the work around to get this in my current place? Disconnect and get the new connection ?

How to get the connection in new place? Just apply as a new connection even though i have another connection in my name in the current place?

It seems that you have been doing in the past. if so, how? please let me know.



Sign up as new customer. Do not call, go into an office. Make sure you be extra nice to the rep! Sometimes they don't give a flying eff, so.... YMMV.....

Good luck.
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