Originally Posted by Bonez
When I look at my plan, it says "Unlimited Data". There is no "Unlimited only on 3G, but you only get so much data on 4G." Data is data whether transmitted via 3G or 4G. And my data is unlimited according to my plan.
And, this purchase of the Note II is still confirmed by the Internet Sales Manager that I'm continuing to keep my unlimited data. That means unlimited 3G and unlimited 4G.
As long as I keep purchasing phones at full price, I will continue to keep my unlimited data until VZW does away with unlimited for good, which right now is limited to those that have been grandfathered.
And hell, while your at it, you can still tether your device to other wifi-capable devices for free with unlimited 4G data usage at no extra charge! (Assuming you're using the grandfathered unlimited data package)
Want sauce? Here you go: Let my Wi-Fi go: FCC rules Verizon can't charge for Wi-Fi tethering | ZDNet