Google/Nest: Offer valid until 10/31/18 via the Fios accessories website. The one-time $200 credit is good toward the purchase of a Google Home Mini, Google Home, Google Home Max, Google Chromecast Ultra, Nest Cam Indoor, Nest Cam Outdoor, Nest Thermostat E, Nest Learning Thermostat, Nest Protect smoke + CO alarm, and Nest Hello video doorbell. Limit one Chromecast Ultra per customer. Must maintain qualifying Fios services in good standing for 31 days after install. Credit must be used within 60 days from date of issuance and by no later than 2/18/19. Credit and/or credit balance not transferable or redeemable or refundable for cash. Google, Google Home, Nest and Chromecast are trademarks of Google LLC.
Exede’s plans compete closely with HughesNet with the exception of a few stark contrasts: all plans offer a standard 12 Mbps download and 3 Mbps upload. Exede also employs a “soft” data cap. This means that once you hit your cap for the month, you won’t be cut off, but your bandwidth will be reduced to a range of 1–5 Mbps, which is about the range of most mobile devices on 3G data. Pricing ranges from $59.99 to $149.99 per month.
Neben der Auflösung spielt die Display-Größe ebenfalls eine Rolle. In einem kleineren Zimmer macht vielleicht auch ein kleinerer Fernseher Sinn. Denn um das Bild gut zu erkennen, braucht der Abstand zwischen Zuschauer und Fernseher bei einem kleinen Modell mit 38 Zoll (96,52 cm) nicht so groß zu sein wie bei einem größeren Gerät mit beispielsweise 75 Zoll (190,5 cm).
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