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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Afbar1114, May 3, 2014.
If I turn of LTE on my iPhone does that mean I can get unlimited HSPA+ data?
I mean my hspa+ is faster then vzw LTE
Wait. You get unlimited data at 2g and whatever your plan allotment is you'll get either hspa and/or lte.
Does tmobile really throttle?
Yes, T-Mobile throttles you to 2G when you use up the given 4G/LTE speeds.
Unless you have the grandfathered 70$ True Unlimited LTE, or the new 80$ True Unlimited LTE, you have a 3G/4G data cap, and after hitting such you get dropped to 50-100kbps 2G EDGE. Even if the icon shows 3G/4G/4GLTE it is still 2G speeds.
So how is this going to work https://twitter.com/tmobilehelp/status/463063771171553280
Just read the post above... The phone will still link 4G/LTE, you are capped at 2G/Edge speeds.
Yes but they throttle after different data amounts based on your plan. Most are at 2 or 2.5 GB. My plan throttles after 5GB.
Edit: tip: you can always check your data usage by opening the phone diaper and dialing #WEB# then pressing the call button.
I used 30gb lte last month watching champions league soccer. No throttling on tmob. Love it.
i have grandfathered t-zones which is 5.99 and its unthrottled on 10 gb so far this month
I have the no longer available grandfathered 70$ Unlimited LTE Simple Choice Plan, and I've used over 70 GB from tethering and audio/video streaming the first month of my plan. It's awesome but kind of expensive with a financed phone!
Still cheaper then the $80 a month one.
It is! by 10$ lol. 70$ for the plan 10$ for the handset insurance+JUMP! coverage and I have the benefit of the grandfathered JUMP 1.0 plan where I'm not required to pay 50% of the device before getting a new one. I pay nothing but what they want for a down payment, for both tablets and phones. My monthly bill with my current financed phone is 110$ though, and that stings a bit when in comparison you could get a Verizon business line account with unlimited talk text and data and pay about the same price for their far better coverage.