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Cincinnati Bell Charging $40 for Mobile and Home Internet

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Aug 31, 2009, 8:22 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

Today Cincinnati Bell announced new pricing that bundles together its wireless and wireline broadband services. For $40 per month, smartphone users will have unlimited Internet access, mobile email and text messaging on their smartphone and 5Mbps ZoomTown high-speed Internet access at home. The promotion is called "Why Pay for Two?" and can help Cincinnati Bell wireless and broadband customers reduce monthly access charges for Internet use.

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ibnturab

Aug 31, 2009, 12:55 PM

Why is Cincinatti bell even discussed

Why is there news coverage regarding a very small local carrier in ohio. You can only subscribe to CBW if you live in Cinci or visinity [ for instance you can't have if you live in columbus or cleveland]. Its very different from the mnvo like boost or pageplus. Having said that , they have a good deal but 99% of the readers are geographically restrictd from their services.
There are still Phonescoop readers who are eligible for their services. Unlike an MVNO they actually have their own network which has very good coverage.
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I agree with "sween" NO ONE IN THE ENITRE COUNTRY IS DOING THIS...this is actually newsworthy throughout the world. I think consumers should be educated about what your communications company can really do for you...Cincinnati Bell has a string of in...
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marufio

Aug 31, 2009, 10:59 PM

ATT?

Great idea!!!! Now if ATT would offer this because I already pay for uverse internet so why should I pay for mobile internet too?
netboy

Aug 31, 2009, 8:44 AM

haha. this is stupid!

quote: "5Mbps ZoomTown high-speed Internet access at home"

how much do i pay when i go over 5meg at home? that takes me like 1 min to use 5meg! WTF!
5Mbps is the download speed, not the monthly data limit.
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