NetZero Sandy Hook Connecticut

Complaint: Just a warning to others about NetZero mobile broadband service. They’re advertising like crazy on tv. I signed up, purchased the device, and set it up 2 nights ago. I connected my laptop and just tested it out – much faster than the free internet at the hotel I’m staying at right now. BUT… within a couple hours I got an email from NetZero that I had used up my entire gigabyte of data for the month. WTF? I didn’t DO anything!! I had read this same complain online from a few people who said that all their data was used just by setting up their device, but figured this was an old issue that was fixed. I should have heeded the warning. So yesterday I called to try to get my data reset and the situation corrected. I called twice. Each time the same thing; a lecture on how data is used by someone with a difficult to understand accent. I understand data and the internet. Duh. I don’t need the explanations – I did nothing to use even a small fraction of the data plan! They both read the same script that “I’m sorry. You can purchase more data or upgrade””. No matter what I said

Tags: Internet Service Providers

Address: the same stock answers. I asked each time to speak with a supervisor. I was told there wasn’t one available. I asked again

Website: how it adds up

Phone: and was put on hold.. forever. I should have been worried when I called their number and realized there was NO OPTION FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE LISTED ON THEIR PHONE MENU! Yikes! So I tried an email

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