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Old April 14th, 2011, 09:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Will the FCC proposed data roaming help sprint?

I read an article stating that the FCC wants to make it so that any network can roam data on another network. If this comes to pass; do you think sprint will eliminate the 300mb cap they have on roaming data? I'm ready to switch but the cap on data is a deal breaker.

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I read an article stating that the FCC wants to make it so that any network can roam data on another network. If this comes to pass; do you think sprint will eliminate the 300mb cap they have on roaming data? I'm ready to switch but the cap on data is a deal breaker.
Not really. The rule simply says that if the network support it, they have to an an agreement, which means that you will still have a cap, because sprint is still getting charged. Sprint has a current roaming agreement with verizon, so nothing changes.
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