Yes I will tell you why - IMPORTANT READ THIS WHOLE DOCUMENT. I called Verizon to find out how much it would be to cancel my contract ahead of time as I was going to be changing to DSL, as I currently was using one of their little slow data devices that runs at less than a 1mb a sec download speed for $80 a month, and now that DSL was available in my neighborhood it was only $43 dollars a month for 6mb a sec download, not only a significant increase in speed but also a savings of half in cost, as we were always going over our 10g limit by a few mbs each month. So basically we used about 11gs a month, theirby paying $90 for service. So I called and told this person I was going to get DSL in a couple weeks, how much is it going to cost me to cancel my contract early. He told me and I was satisfied that it wasn't too much, and I said I will call back when I am ready. Ok, here's where it gets interersting. I called and canceled my service with VERIZON 3 days into my new billing cycle. They turned the device off that day, and I unplugged it and everything. That day my DSL was up and running fine. Then when I get my bill, expecting only to be billed for the monthly service and the early disconnect fee - I AM COMPLETELY SHOCKED to find that somehow 16 GIG of data was supposedly downloaded through my little slow device during those 3 days of that billing cycle. I called them immediately and told them this has to be a mistake the device I have it isn't possible to download that much data in 3 days. They won't budge. I owe it. So after all this time with verizon, about 3 and 1/2 years using 11g a month a paying for it with no problem, the moment I decide to leave I suddenly am able to download 16g in 3 days? If the dang thing worked that well I probably never would have even looked for another internet option!!! As I try to explain that it is physically impossible, and they won't budge, I suddenly realize what has happened. I've been SPOOFED. Someone at Verizon, when I called the first time telling them I would be canceling in a few days, spoofed my account (as they have the equipment and know how to do it. Being a former computer network engineer I have the know how but not the equipment as I am now retired and on pension.) Yes so someone who worked at Verizon spoofed my account, knowing I was leaving... got some free internet usage on my dime... BEWARE EVERYONE WHO USES VERIZON This could happen to you. I intend to spread my suspicions of this until someone at verizon decides to wave those extra 6g as it's not possible for the device I had to download that much in only 3 days.