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  1. My friend just contacted them using this technique: go to their Facebook page, send them a message that includes the following: Your name, your confirmation number, who you bought the ticket through (Interjet or a 3rd party), how you paid for the ticket (Visa, Mastercard, American Express) and your Mexican telephone or cell phone number. He said you can expect a response in 1 to 2 days. Good luck!
  2. No need to respond. I see on the photo of the modem that it is Netwey. I talked to a representative on the phone and was told the speed is 20mbps and there are various plans depending on how many GB of data you want. The plan for 150 GB is $499 per month. It is a limited plan, meaning when you use all your GB of data the service is disconnected until you pay for the next month. This was all done in Spanish but I think I am close. Does this sound familiar?
  3. Suzy, Is the name of the company providing your internet service Netwey? Someone just sent me information on this company and by your description, it sounds like it could be one in the same.
  4. Suzy. At which Telcel office is Sandra located? Also, does the plan you have have a speed cap on it? Meaning, do you know the maximum speed you can receive. I am the person in Joco that Ferret referred to. My plan has a speed cap of 10 mbps. I have the plan that is 100 MB per month for $399 with the option to purchase 25 MB additional for $100 pesos should be exceed the 100 MB. I got my plan and the modem at the main Telcel office in Laguna Plaza. Thanks for any information you can provide.
  5. I JUST RECEIVED THIS: ILOX AND AJIJIC REAL ESTATE: ENGLISH AT THE BOTTOM
  6. Update on Subscriptions to Ilox I am Dru Davies and I live in El Chante. My neighbor has been actively collecting subscriptions and advanced payments and taking them directly to the Ilox office in Guadalajara. I am sending this to give you, who are interested, the latest, correct information. As of Wednesday, April 18, Ilox has received 100 paid subscriptions. They have an additional 25 that include only the required paperwork but have not received proof of deposit from the subscriber. They need 200 paid subscribers to proceed with the project. If they do not receive that number, they will abandon the project and refund the prepayments within 30 days. I signed up when this began in 2017. In February I received a letter from Ilox indicating they had received 453 signups of which 390 were willing to prepay a year. In El Chante, we have very poor Internet service, not only slow but intermittent. Ilox seems to be the answer to our problem. I have seen many posts on various web boards about similar problems and the fact that Telmex seems less than interested in upgrading their infrastructure. I have read that some people are uneasy about depositing money into Ilox’s Bancomer bank account because they do not feel confident it will be returned if the project does not move forward. Ilox had a letter on file with PROFECO, Mexico’s consumer protection agency, stating that the any money deposited will be refunded within 30 days if the needed number of subscribers is not met and the project does not move forward. I have lived in Mexico for 22 years and have had 4 dealings with PROFECO against companies who misrepresented a product I purchased of did not provided the agreed upon service. PROFECO has come through every time and I have no doubt that Ilox will refund money if the project does not proceed. This is the best chance we currently have of getting reasonable Internet and telephone service here at Lakeside. PLEASE if this is something that would be of benefit to you and you are interested, subscribe and prepay the one year. Showing interest by submitting the original “letter of intent” is great but if we do not get enough people to sign up and prepay, it will be “all for not”. I would be more than happy to help provide additional information. If I do not know the answer, I will get it from Ilox. Please do not delay as the deadline is approaching. You can also email Ilox at: info@mail.tvrey.com.mx or Tom Kessler, trkess@gmail.com He is the man who has spearheaded this movement to get Ilox to provide service at Lakeside. Dru Davies drudavies@gmail.com
  7. Update on Subscriptions to Ilox I am Dru Davies and I live in El Chante. My neighbor has been actively collecting subscriptions and advanced payments and taking them directly to the Ilox office in Guadalajara. I am sending this to give you, who are interested, the latest, correct information. As of Wednesday, April 18, Ilox has received 100 paid subscriptions. They have an additional 25 that include only the required paperwork but have not received proof of deposit from the subscriber. They need 200 paid subscribers to proceed with the project. If they do not receive that number, they will abandon the project and refund the prepayments within 30 days. I signed up when this began in 2017. In February I received a letter from Ilox indicating they had received 453 signups of which 390 were willing to prepay a year. In El Chante, we have very poor Internet service, not only slow but intermittent. Ilox seems to be the answer to our problem. I have seen many posts on various web boards about similar problems and the fact that Telmex seems less than interested in upgrading their infrastructure. I have read that some people are uneasy about depositing money into Ilox’s Bancomer bank account because they do not feel confident it will be returned if the project does not move forward. Ilox had a letter on file with PROFECO, Mexico’s consumer protection agency, stating that the any money deposited will be refunded within 30 days if the needed number of subscribers is not met and the project does not move forward. I have lived in Mexico for 22 years and have had 4 dealings with PROFECO against companies who misrepresented a product I purchased of did not provided the agreed upon service. PROFECO has come through every time and I have no doubt that Ilox will refund money if the project does not proceed. This is the best chance we currently have of getting reasonable Internet and telephone service here at Lakeside. PLEASE if this is something that would be of benefit to you and you are interested, subscribe and prepay the one year. Showing interest by submitting the original “letter of intent” is great but if we do not get enough people to sign up and prepay, it will be “all for not”. I would be more than happy to help provide additional information. If I do not know the answer, I will get it from Ilox. Please do not delay as the deadline is approaching. You can also email Ilox at: info@mail.tvrey.com.mx or Tom Kessler, trkess@gmail.com He is the man who has spearheaded this movement to get Ilox to provide service at Lakeside. Dru Davies drudavies@gmail.com
  8. Update on Subscriptions to Ilox I am Dru Davies and I live in El Chante. My neighbor has been actively collecting subscriptions and advanced payments and taking them directly to the Ilox office in Guadalajara. I am sending this to give you, who are interested, the latest, correct information. As of Wednesday, April 18, Ilox has received 100 paid subscriptions. They have an additional 25 that include only the required paperwork but have not received proof of deposit from the subscriber. They need 200 paid subscribers to proceed with the project. If they do not receive that number, they will abandon the project and refund the prepayments within 30 days. I signed up when this began in 2017. In February I received a letter from Ilox indicating they had received 453 signups of which 390 were willing to prepay a year. In El Chante, we have very poor Internet service, not only slow but intermittent. Ilox seems to be the answer to our problem. I have seen many posts on various web boards about similar problems and the fact that Telmex seems less than interested in upgrading their infrastructure. I have read that some people are uneasy about depositing money into Ilox’s Bancomer bank account because they do not feel confident it will be returned if the project does not move forward. Ilox had a letter on file with PROFECO, Mexico’s consumer protection agency, stating that the any money deposited will be refunded within 30 days if the needed number of subscribers is not met and the project does not move forward. I have lived in Mexico for 22 years and have had 4 dealings with PROFECO against companies who misrepresented a product I purchased of did not provided the agreed upon service. PROFECO has come through every time and I have no doubt that Ilox will refund money if the project does not proceed. This is the best chance we currently have of getting reasonable Internet and telephone service here at Lakeside. PLEASE if this is something that would be of benefit to you and you are interested, subscribe and prepay the one year. Showing interest by submitting the original “letter of intent” is great but if we do not get enough people to sign up and prepay, it will be “all for not”. I would be more than happy to help provide additional information. If I do not know the answer, I will get it from Ilox. Please do not delay as the deadline is approaching. You can also email Ilox at: info@mail.tvrey.com.mx or Tom Kessler, trkess@gmail.com He is the man who has spearheaded this movement to get Ilox to provide service at Lakeside. Dru Davies drudavies@gmail.com
  9. What documents did Spenser need to get the RFC number for you?
  10. Please give more information about "a router which handles the wireless part". Is this another device you purchased? Do you have an additional plan for this modem and ,if so, with whom? Thanks! P.S. I am the friend of the last responder!!!
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