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How do you speed up cricket A600 modem because mine is fast AT surfing the web **** its 10.0 Kylobytes download speed i want to speed the download at LEAST to 100 kylobytes or maybe more..if you can help me i would really appreciate it!! or could it be hacked to download at least to 100 kylobite or MORE ?? PLEASE HELP ITS really slow i take 8 minutes to download a 1megabyte program PLEASE HELP!!!!!!

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Are you sure it isnt 10kb per month d/l, after that system will slow, but still d/l. my guess is your speed is faster at the beginning of your pay cycle...

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