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    UDP+ Hotspot Limits Implemented?

    So far it seems that the 10GB hotspot limit on UDP+ has not been implemented. With the new "enhanced" plans having a 15GB hotspot limit, I wonder if that means that AT&T will be implementing the limit soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VerizonNoMore View Post
    So far it seems that the 10GB hotspot limit on UDP+ has not been implemented. With the new "enhanced" plans having a 15GB hotspot limit, I wonder if that means that AT&T will be implementing the limit soon.
    So it’s not depriorization but a throttle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quewhatts View Post
    So it’s not depriorization but a throttle?
    It's supposed to be a hard throttle. But ATT hasn't been enforcing it YET. 600mbps on Verizon is almost useless. I can't imagine how bad this will be if they start enforcing it.

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    Six hundred megabits per second is extremely fast. Do you have your units mixed up or your decimal point in the wrong place? I get about 300 megabits per second on my cable connection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by efparri View Post
    Six hundred megabits per second is extremely fast. Do you have your units mixed up or your decimal point in the wrong place? I get about 300 megabits per second on my cable connection.
    They mean 600Kbps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quewhatts View Post
    So it’s not depriorization but a throttle?
    For hotspot on a phone or tablet, it is a cap. If you have a line with a jetpack on it, it is just deprioritized after 22GB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by efparri View Post
    Six hundred megabits per second is extremely fast. Do you have your units mixed up or your decimal point in the wrong place? I get about 300 megabits per second on my cable connection.
    Yes as Cedius pointed out below I meant the 600Kbps that Verizon uses after you go over your hotspot limit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cedius View Post
    They mean 600Kbps.

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    Yes - my mistake. Thanks for posting the correct info.

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    I am curious and will test what methodology they will use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orlimar1 View Post
    Yes - my mistake. Thanks for posting the correct info.
    You can edit your own post up to twenty-four hours after posting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by efparri View Post
    Six hundred megabits per second is extremely fast. Do you have your units mixed up or your decimal point in the wrong place? I get about 300 megabits per second on my cable connection.
    I had Verizon, and that 600kb is slow as heck on Verizon when they drop it down.

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    600kpbs on mobile pages is fine. Basic webpage viewing. We at att unlimited data prior to the soft 22gb cap used to have 5gb lte hard cap until the next billing cycle. And att would throttle to 500kbps. I could still browse ok on smartphone.

    Now tether to full blown graphic desktop browser will choke. And YouTube viewing was pretty horrible.

    So basic web browsing is ok

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