Verizon has already said if you are under contract they will not throttle
Starting in October 2014, Verizon Wireless will extend its network optimization policy to the data users who: fall within the top 5 percent of data users on our network, have fulfilled their minimum contractual commitment, and are on unlimited plans using a 4G LTE device
It's not false it came from pretty high up the food chain
verizon is just sugar coating with 'have fulfilled their minimum' the fact that they will screw everyone with throttling big nose red....
Thank god netfliX still works on 3G. Im on 2 year contract with unlimited data.
Under Verizons "Network Optimization Disclosure" I searched for the term 'contract' and came up empty. Any idea or link where you read that?
Edit: nevermind, found this other disclosure by searching around which says:
Thanks for the heads up ROLLTIDE1, time to get that 2-year contract boys!
When it's confirmed contract users aren't being throttled, yes. Until then I'll wait and see. Original text included that info but newer clauses do not. My last bill excluded that text in the warning.
Check your August bill. They are only required to notify you once. If they do throttle then you can get out EFT free. It would be a breach of contract. Now they can revise the terms in the future, but they means you can also be out of contract eft free. Take advantage of the loophole while you can.
Incorrect. If they change your policy then you're allowed eft waiver. We will know for sure over the next month or so.