I'm currently on Monkeybrains and am completely fed up with their service despite the good things people say about them. Tonight is the 3rd time they're down this month. Yes, their customer service is friendly and prices are reasonable, but all that's out the door if there's no internet. https://imgur.com/a/xCM9cDy
Currently debating between Sonic vs Xfinity. Seems like Sonic all-in is around $55-65 from this thread. There's a deal going on with Xfinity for like $20/mo but requires a 12-mo contract, which isn't too bad. Those with Sonic - do outages happen often, and how is customer service?
EDIT: Thanks for all the comments. I ended up going with Xfinity since they're literally less than half price, but will probably switch to Sonic after the promo period.
I was just curious if anyone in the midtown area has Sonic internet and whether or not they like it. I currently pay 90 for just internet with xfinity and I’ve been shopping around (fiber isn’t available at my address unfortunately) because I’m tired of overpaying.
It's been quite a journey, but Sonic Adventure Music Experience vol.1/2 have finally been released onto the internet, after a long period of being extremely hard to come by.
I'm not sure I'm allowed to link to the archive entry here, but you can find them on the Internet Archive as "SONIC ADVENTURE MUSIC EXPERIENCE". Thank you, Jun Senoue.
Can anyone explain this, or shoud this be on r/a*sholedesign?
Sonic the Hedgehog is a 2020 live-action/CGI adaptation of Sega Corporation's long running Sonic the Hedgehog franchise. Set in the fictional Green Hills, Montana; the story follows the titular alien blue hedgehog (voiced by Ben Schwartz) as he teams up with local sheriff, Thomas Michael Wachowski (James Marsden) to retrieve his lost magic rings, in order to escape forces that are constantly hunting the former down for his super-speed powers. Meanwhile, Dr. Robotnik (Jim Carrey); a narcissistic, evil genius is hired by the US Department of Defense to track the source of a power outage inadvertently caused by Sonic and is hell bent on capturing him at all costs.
Initially set to release in late 2019, the first online reactions to Sonic's realistic, yet "uncanny-valley" CGI design were overwhelmingly negative, to the point where the film was delayed in order to overhaul his design, that was thankfully met with better reception in early 2020. The following weapons are featured in the film Sonic the Hedgehog:
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HANDGUNS: SIG-Sauer P226 The SIG-Sauer P226 is seen as the standard-issue sidearm of the fictional Green Hills County Sheriff officers. Deputy Wade (Adam Pally) is seen using his P226 in one scene.
US Army troops are seen using Colt M4A1s when they are deployed to Green Hills, Montana to investigate the power outage caused by Sonic.
Palmer Cap-Chur Model 60
Tom Wachowski (James Marsden) is seen using a Palmer Cap-Chur Model 60 air gun loaded with tranquilizer darts when he encounters Sonic for the first time.
Browning M2 heavy machine gun
A Humvee-mounted Browning M2 HMG is seen briefly in the background.
I moved last month and notified Sonic I'd be changing addresses. Turns out fiber is available at my location. Great, time to upgrade!
Well, come my first bill, they've charged me for a full month of my old internet and a full month of my new internet. $279.
But to top that off, they had a billing issue, and they accidentally charged a bunch of people twice. Including me. Now it's $558.
Thank god I'm financially secure right now, a few short years ago this would've put me into overdraft and left me without grocery money.
So I called Sonic, and they refunded the prorated amount for one of the charges. But they said they "had an issue with Mastercard" and the refund for the double charge hasn't come yet. In the mean time, my billing cycle for my credit card has closed and I'm now paying interest on their faulty charge.
When I asked if there was anything they could do to make up for me having to pay Bank of America for their mistake, they said no.
This is a major mess-up, but I would've rolled with it if they'd at the very least given me something in exchange for their mistake. But they're adamant that borrowing this much of my money for an indeterminate amount of time without asking is fine as long as they pay it back eventually.
I never thought I'd see Sonic, a company I'd recommended to so many people before, pull a Comcast on me like this.
The only things keeping me a customer are the fact that I convinced my landlord to let us punch a hole in his wall to run the fiber line in, and the fact that the only alternative at this residence is Comcast.
If you have the option to use a different ISP that you can conscionably support, think twice about signing up for Sonic unless you have expendable income you can let them borrow without asking.
After the recent Android Eero app update, its says my internet is provided by Sonic in the Eero app. What is Sonic? My internet is provided by WOW.
Just thought that was interesting considering I started seeing it after the Android update. Anyone else seeing that?