When I was switching from Boost to Metro, the guy at the shop said that the throttle speeds aren't as bad as whats happening to me now, but my throttled speeds are so bad I can't even load web pages half the time. Every day between 2PM to 10PM almost, I get dialup or LESS speeds. I paid for the unlimited 4G LTE plan, and he said fair use policy throttling kicks in after 35GB, but that it wouldn't be this bad. The throttling is so very bad that none of my apps even work during these times. No weather, no voice tool apps (Bixby/Google Assistant), almost nothing works on my phone. I can barely even load web pages or send messages, a tiny message the size of a sentence can take 30-120 seconds to send on telegram. Its horrible. So I was hoping someone else might have input on the throttle speeds for MetroPCS, after you exceed 35GB. I'm disabled and stay home all day, so I use a lot of data watching netflix or google, browsing the web, playing games, whatever I can do to keep myself busy. Unusual bit of info on my current issue, is that I had these speeds, long before I even reached the limit, so maybe its an issue with a tower. Which is why I've come to ask first before I go in to complain about it at the local Metro store and when I called in, they were literally no help at all, was like talking to some teenage kid at school that doesn't know anything.