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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by e39e60, Nov 10, 2009.

  1. e39e60

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    The 5GB limit is for tethering. There is no limit on data that the phone uses. None, zero, zilch. You can stream Pandora 24/7 (please don't) and not be charged an additional dime.
     
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    Yeah this rumor of the secret 5GB cap and VZW flagging your account is pretty bogus. I have consistently gone over 5GB using my blackberry (9-10GB a month) because i used tether berry and pandora and ORB. I have never been charged, never been flagged, never been spoken to about my use. its all bs

    Okay well they cant prove or show that i use tethering. In fact before i was using tetherberry i was using pdanet on a winmo phone.. It is been 2-4 years of HIGH use. Seriously if they cared they would have done something by now
     
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    This has been my exact experience as well for the last year.
     
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    Though you could be flagged at some point because you are tethering.
     
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    We weren't saying you will get flagged for going over 5GB/month, we said that the contract allows Verizon to terminate your service if you do. Does it mean they will for sure? No.
     

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