Last edited by LargePrime; 04-06-2012 at 03:43 PM.
Putting the phone you want on the service you pay for is not a crime. No one has ever been convicted of it!
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Idk I think really it only gains if people decide to be more careful it they're worried about throttling.
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Let's get back to answering the OP's question. If someone can pull nearly 100 gb a month with no fear, I'd say it is truly unlimited compared to others. My own assertion is that Boost cdma along with Verizon prepaid are the only two truly unlimited high speed (3g and above) class data plans on prepaid wireless at this time. No throttling and apparently no caps.
Later this year, in order to provide the best value and customer experience, Boost Mobile will move to reduce 3G/4G data speeds to 3G speeds of 256kbps when a customer's data usage exceeds 2.5GB in a month. Customers who go over the 2.5GB threshold may experience slower page loads, file downloads and streaming media. Data speeds will restore to full 3G/4G speeds when a customer's new monthly plan begins.
Boost Mobile will continue to provide unlimited data access without a contract, usage cap, overage or activation fees. Based on recent usage patterns, approximately 95 percent of Boost Mobile customers use less than 2.5GB of data usage per month and will not experience any difference in their experience. Boost Mobile is committed to ensuring an unlimited robust data experience and intends to maintain 3G data speeds of 256 Kbps even after surpassing 2.5GB in a given month
conserding that's the normal speed people get from boost mobiles 3g they are right nobody will notice a difference lol. not kidding there 3g has never been fast. and what bought people that are not on there monthly plain how are they going to handle that. to be honest i think its just more rumors.
well i think netflicks mobile only needs around that to work anyways. seems it might only apply to 4g phones.
Boost currently does not throttle or cap its CDMA data service, and it will not throttle or cap its WiMAX service.
However, Boost announced that "later this year" it too will begin slowing users' CDMA speeds after they consume 2.5 GB of data in a month. Virgin began slowing users' CDMA speeds in March. Boost said it will slow users' CDMA speeds to 256 Kbps if they use more than 2.5 GB in a month, but will restore full data speeds when a customer's new monthly plan begins. The move is an attempt to prevent users from overwhelming Sprint's data network. Boost confirmed it has no plans to throttle users' WiMAX speeds.
maybe but it if you look at the site it says that with that 4g phone but not the rest,