Viasat Liberty plans come with a set amount of monthly priority data. This means that you get prioritized download speeds as long as you don’t surpass your priority data amount. Viasat Liberty plans come with download speeds of either 12 or 25 Mbps. Once you use all this priority data, you get Liberty Pass, which will allow you to keep using the internet but only at speeds of 1 to 5 Mbps. Liberty Pass isn’t unlimited. If you use a lot of data on Liberty Pass, your internet speeds may be further reduced. These reduced speeds will be too slow for many internet activities, such as video streaming or online gaming. Even before Liberty Pass runs out, data-heavy activities might be difficult during peak network hours, specifically between 5 PM and 2 AM. Outside of this time window your Liberty Pass connection should experience faster download speeds suitable for activities such as video streaming. With Viasat Liberty plans, you can also opt to buy more priority data to get back up to your original 12 to 25 Mbps. You can also upgrade to a better plan with no fee for switching. You can also use the Viasat Browser which includes useful tools like ad-blocking to help limit your data usage.

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