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    Speed after 22gb is abysmal in saturated areas

    Quote Originally Posted by monkey28rb View Post
    I tried Verizon unlimited and I did notice the deprioritization was horrible. They slow the speeds down so much. I’m back on Tmobile and regularly use 60+ GB and I’m fine.
    I'm sorry say that again? LOL jokes aside, it's been working flawlessly for me. I don't see de-prioritization happening unless I'm stuck on 1-2 bars of B13 only service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by albert1735 View Post
    I'm sorry say that again? LOL jokes aside, it's been working flawlessly for me. I don't see de-prioritization happening unless I'm stuck on 1-2 bars of B13 only service.

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    Whoa. Where do U live. If u getting those speeds in major population areas from D.C. Up to Boston or La and San Fran. I would be impressed.

    I'm in orlando metro area (population rank like 22. So even congested towers. I don't see much of a slow down even at orlando magic or Disney parks.

    But I like to know which area u live in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aneftp View Post
    Whoa. Where do U live. If u getting those speeds in major population areas from D.C. Up to Boston or La and San Fran. I would be impressed.

    I'm in orlando metro area (population rank like 22. So even congested towers. I don't see much of a slow down even at orlando magic or Disney parks.

    But I like to know which area u live in.
    These tests were done in NYC. It's been pretty great here. Although I do have to say De-prioritization is in full force during day time in DC downtown. I got a string of sub 1 Mbps and very very inconsistent download speeds otherwise. But here in NYC, not a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by albert1735 View Post
    These tests were done in NYC. It's been pretty great here. Although I do have to say De-prioritization is in full force during day time in DC downtown. I got a string of sub 1 Mbps and very very inconsistent download speeds otherwise. But here in NYC, not a problem.
    Yeah. Pretty much proves Verizon is king in NYC. There was discussion with att and Verizon over on the att forums. If in NYC. Verizon is the way to go. I have both att and Verizon

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    Verizon is pretty much king everywhere according to Root Metrics. I wonder what cell service the Donald uses for his tweets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CellGeek View Post
    Verizon is pretty much king everywhere according to Root Metrics. I wonder what cell service the Donald uses for his tweets.
    King at high bills, dropped calls, and slow data. Sign me up

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    Better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonyjones View Post
    King at high bills, dropped calls, and slow data. Sign me up
    Sorry. You're either awful at trolling or have a hard time telling the difference between TMobile and Verizon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by wiseguy321 View Post
    Sorry. You're either awful at trolling or have a hard time telling the difference between TMobile and Verizon.


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    In my situation TMO gives me LESS with higher bills than VZ. And not to mention the obvious networks advantage. So I have no idea what he's smoking

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    Verizon prices are pretty competitive and I especially like the data amounts they offer on prepaid. Much more competitive than they used to be

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    Quote Originally Posted by themanhimself View Post
    Verizon prices are pretty competitive and I especially like the data amounts they offer on prepaid. Much more competitive than they used to be
    Yeah I agree. At one point I avoided Verizon because they were more than AT&T, but the better network wasn't worth the higher price at the time. Now I find them to be about the most competitively priced - depending on how many lines and how much data one needs. My line (gf's line that I pay for) with T-mobile is the around the same price as I would pay at VZW if I went with unlimited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonyjones View Post
    King at high bills, dropped calls, and slow data. Sign me up
    Funny I pay less on verizon than I would on att, sprint, or t-mobile. Not to mention haven't dropped a call in years, this isn't att we're talking about lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by albert1735 View Post
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    Better.
    Do you know if there's a way to block from the app? If there is I never can find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GusHerb94 View Post
    Do you know if there's a way to block from the app? If there is I never can find it.
    Maybe if you go into web view? I could never find the block feature from the app either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2400zr View Post
    Maybe if you go into web view? I could never find the block feature from the app either.
    Last time I had to do it from a browser. It just gets surprisingly complicated sometimes vs if I were just able to click block from the app.

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