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WIFI

I need WIFI for home, I currently have Comcast double (Internet and Cable), cost is $120/month. I don't need the cable anymore but I can not get internet only where I am in Hunt Valley, MD. I used to have Verizon with no landline and it was only $14.99/month but the service is not offered where I am.
What are my options to get Internet connection only please?
thank you for your help

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Hows the cellular coverage there?
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HotSpot

Found "hotspot" with AT&T but not sure if it's strong enough to work at home considering all office software is on "cloud"
Comcast offers "internet" only for $69/month, too expensive
Clear and Dish are not available here

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I fear you are out of luck.
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Netzero

thank you

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your post is confusing

you said you curently have comcast double, inernet and cable but then you said you cannot get internet where you are at? what are you talking about? If you are currently getting internet, you can still get comcast internet only where you are and just cut out the cable part.

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