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    T-Mobile's 70$ "UNLIMITED" Data plan is a complete lie.. it's Throttled...

    So.. basically after 10 gigs.. they throttle you.. even though on all the OTHER plans they specially show they throttle.. then if you choose the 70$ plan it acts like it doesn't.. but if you log into your account after you sign up? YEP.. throttled...


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    Re: T-Mobile's 70$ "UNLIMITED" Data plan is a complete lie.. it's Throttled...

    Your screenshot shows they will throttle you at 9765 GB not 10 GB as you falsely claim. Let us know how close you get to 9765 GB of data usage in a month's time.

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    T-Mobile's 70$ "UNLIMITED" Data plan is a complete lie.. it's Throttled...

    Yeah, complete lie. Perhaps an angry tmobile customer or a scared AT&T customer.

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    Mods, at this point you might wanna take this thread down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by computermilk
    So.. basically after 10 gigs.. they throttle you.. even though on all the OTHER plans they specially show they throttle.. then if you choose the 70$ plan it acts like it doesn't.. but if you log into your account after you sign up? YEP.. throttled...


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    Do not mislead other readers. It's next to impossible to reach 10TB.

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    T-Mobile's 70$ "UNLIMITED" Data plan is a complete lie.. it's Throttled...

    Who needs that much data
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    lol someone doesnt know the difference between 10gb and 10tb

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    T-Mobile's 70$ "UNLIMITED" Data plan is a complete lie.. it's Throttled...

    Quote Originally Posted by Scottish Skyedance View Post
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    Do not mislead other readers. It's next to impossible to reach 10TB.
    13.5GB per hour if you ran it 7x24 for a 30 day month. You would need to average over 30Mbps.
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    Obvious troll is obvious. Move along. Nothing to see here!

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    T-Mobile's 70$ "UNLIMITED" Data plan is a complete lie.. it's Throttled...

    Quote Originally Posted by mch View Post
    13.5GB per hour if you ran it 7x24 for a 30 day month. You would need to average over 30Mbps.
    When 2X10 LTE is deployed that shouldn't be an issue.

    ^HSPA+ 42mbps---------------------------------------------- ^LTE

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    Re: T-Mobile's 70$ "UNLIMITED" Data plan is a complete lie.. it's Throttled...

    I hope he/she gets paid to troll. If not he/she needs to get a life.

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    T-Mobile's 70$ "UNLIMITED" Data plan is a complete lie.. it's Throttled...

    Either a troll, in which case we probably won't hear anymore, or an honest mistake, in which case the OP might post something like "How embarrassing. I was confused. Sorry."

    Would be the first person to see that on T-Mobile's page and simply be mistaken.

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    Thread closed. As pointed out by many others already, the claim of throttling after 10GB is completely false as the image clearly shows nearly 10TB, not GB.

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