Brian helped me today and as usual, AWESOME service. You guys are great - from Customer Service to Tech Support.
Visionary is one of 40 ISPs that has partnered with the Electronic Frontier Foundation to oppose the FCC's stance on Net Neutrality and Broadband Privacy.
Visionary doesn't gather information about your Internet use, and we certainly wouldn't sell your information!
Read more here: https://www.eff.org/…/isps-across-country-tell-chairman-pai…...
We got your back. Just sayin'...
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By the way - we just built a third direction into town. Fiber cut? No worries! Visionary builds redundancy because you're worth it!
Congress voted yesterday to allow ISPs to sell your browsing history. You KNOW that large ISPs will be doing that. We won't sell your data. We don't even gather your data! Call 888.682.1884 today and switch to Visionary!
The Senate voted to repeal the FCC's Broadband Privacy Rules, and the Act is before the House of Representatives currently as S.J. Res. 34. This act would allow ISPs to monitor your usage, what you click on and how you use the Internet.
Visionary does not, and commits to you we will never gather data on how you use the Internet. I've sent a letter to the EFF showing support to keep the FCC Broadband Privacy Rules in place.
The Internet was intended to be a neutral form of c...ommunication. In recent years, lawmakers and the FCC have strangely supported things like two versions of the Internet (one faster for paid services, one slower for free services) and the idea that Internet users benefit when marketers have unfettered access to what you view online.
Visionary will not compromise your privacy as a source of revenue. We've got your back.
Brian Worthen, CEO, Visionary Communications
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