HughesNet Status Meter

HughesNet Status Meter

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It is a small application that resides in your system tray and monitors your download
3.9  (9 votes)
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It is a small application that resides in your system tray and monitors your download. In addition to staying up-to-date on how much remains of your Anytime and Bonus Bytes, you can track usage based on your data cycle, and view usage history in increments of one week, two weeks, 30 days, or 60 days.

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william

william Yesterday, I spent way too much time talking to support person who forced me to listen to her whole spiel so that I could activate some of my tokens. English was not her first language.
Now, today, my status meter is gone and I am unable to log in as my ID and password of yesterday no longer works. Unbelievable.

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kevin

kevin me too

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