Club Plus Internet Reviews and Plans
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Club plus internet was founded in 2007, giving it close to a decade of experience in the world of telecommunications. ClubPlus Internet currently isn’t offering any internet services besides a dial-up connection. That is something we find rather disappointing, considering the practical usages of dial-up access in residential settings have all but dwindled down to almost nothing. Home users usually want large downloading limits, with high downloading speeds, and currently, ClubPlus offers only large download limits. Let us now review one of ClubPlus internet plans to get a better insight into their services.
ClubPlus offers an unlimited internet access plan that is on dial-up access which costs a total of $14.49 over the course of twelve months. The monthly payments descend throughout the year, starting at $19.95 per month. However, with this 56 kbps internet, there is not much that the average user can do. A Youtube video can be anywhere between 32 MBs to 2 GBs, and with 56 kbps internet, you can download 4 MBs in 12.5 seconds. Currently, the practical applications of any dial-up access are hardly existent.
However if one is looking for cheap internet, a DSL connection with a capped bandwidth may prove both quality service, and economical. TekSavvy offers a 7 Mbps plan with 150 GB of usage for only $27.99 per month. Yes, that is almost double the price, but it is also more than ten times the speed! ClubPlus is charging fairly too much for what they are offering, considering many limited dial-up plans can be availed for less than $10. For example, the many dial-up plans that Pathcom has to offer.
Due to the fact that this is the dial-up internet, so many prominent features in today’s internet world cannot be gained. However, ClubPlus does offer a “web accelerator”; a handy software that will enhance the transfer speeds by up to 7 times. However this software comes with a price tag of $2.00 per month, and for users who do not have a membership with ClubPlus Internet, this would cost $4.00 per month. Most people would get frustrated with dial-up speeds and eventually opt into buying this.
In all honesty, it all depends on the needs of the user, whether 56 kbps internet is enough to satisfy their needs or not. However, statistics imply that it no longer is a practical medium for internet usage. Apart from that, we believe that pricing can be made to be a little more economical.
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