I (actually, we) need help. *** Background: About a week ago, family had to move. Then, I came home for winter break. We moved to this house in an even more remote area than we already lived before. *** More background & the problem: We were able to get decent high-speed DSL broadband internet (Verizon) at the old house. So, internet was fine, and latency hovered at around 120. Then we move to the new place. . .and the only internet we could get was satellite, because Verizon (and other wired-internet services) considered our area too remote to even install internet in. As soon as the fam moved in, they ordered Hughes satellite, at 1 Mbps download/200 kpbs upload (barely within our budget. . .but twice more expensive than the Verizon plan we previously had. ) We THOUGHT satellite internet would be fine. . .no, it is not--it's a fucking nightmare. -- We're allotted 200 mb download allowance per 24 hours by Hughes. . .which is ABSOLUTELY NOTHING, because of the five members in the household, four of us uses the internet (three when I was gone.) Satellite internet is abysmally sluggish. Please refer to my signature for the usual download/upload speeds. . . QUESTION: What other alternatives are there to satellite? I've heard of one: buying a data plan & wifi card from Verizon/T-mobile or something. But I'm unsure of whether the advertised speeds are real. Any recommendations/good alternatives to satellite internet?