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T-Mobile Bringing Unlimited Data to $70 Prepaid Plan May 22nd

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    For those of you who’d rather ride the prepaid wave on Magenta, listen up – you’re no longer bound to 2GB of sweet 4G goodness after May 22nd. T-Mobile has informed everyone that*they’ll be allowing users on the $70 unlimited plan to now chow down on as much data as they can eat. Those of [...]

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    your absolutely right..i find this kinda dumb..they shoulda give us contract ppl the truly unlimited (no cap) and the prepaid a 5gb/2gb limit..but w.e it is what it is
     
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    They will still throttle your data if you use too much but its not specific on the details of when or how much data they will start throttling. I am guessing these terms are in place for people who tether their mobile phones and use huge amounts of data.

    "Your data service may be slowed, suspended, terminated, or restricted if you use your service in a way that interferes with or impacts our network or ability to provide quality service to other users, if you roam for a significant portion of your usage, or if you use a disproportionate amount of bandwidth"
     

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