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dnoyeB
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join:2000-10-09
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T-Mobile also made this redefinition of unlimited

T-Mobile earlier this or last year also made this redefinition. So now all T-Mobile plans are able to claim "unlimited." You just get throttled at different limits based on how much a month you pay.

Before you would not get throttled but you would pay an overage fee. No more overage fees and your always connected, so it is sortof unlimited.

But then that's what it should be called. 'Sortof Unlimited' plan.
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dnoyeB
"Then said I, Wisdom [is] better than strength: nevertheless the poor man's wisdom [is] despised, and his words are not heard. " Ecclesiastes 9:16

buddahbless

join:2005-03-21
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Re: T-Mobile also made this redefinition of unlimited

said by dnoyeB:

But then that's what it should be called. 'Sortof Unlimited' plan.

I agree well they will never use the word sortof however if you have it in the fine print as throttled then it should be called " throttled Unlimited" problem solved.

Riusaki

join:2000-09-14
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T-mobile is truly unlimited for me. I'm using about 35-40GB a month and my bill is still the same and no throttling at all. Sprint and T-Mobile are the only carriers who are offering true unlimited.

Stop talking crap about companies you aren't a customer of.
VerizonCynic

join:2006-10-25
Lakewood, CA

Re: T-Mobile also made this redefinition of unlimited

t mobile throttles after certain limits hit on certain "umlimited" plans