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T-Mobile Re-arranges Data Caps on Simple Choice Plans, Adds International Texting

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Mar 11, 2014, 9:08 AM

How About T-Mobile Adding More DOMESTIC Roaming Data...!

I recently switched from at&t (after being with at&t for 10+ years) to T-Mobile.

On a trip to Northern Wisconsin last week I was roaming on at&t.

Most of the at&t towers in Northeast Wisconsin have been upgraded to HSPA+ 42.2 Mbsp "4G".

I am using an unlocked rooted Samsung Rugby Pro (at&t branded). I set my Rugby Pro to search only WCDMA (with *#2263#) and the phone connected to at&t's HSPA+ 42.2 Mbsp "4G" network (confirmed with Network Signal Info Pro app).

Of course when I was with at&t I was getting megabits per second speed down and up in NE WI.

Performed a speed test and discovered the data speed is SERIOUSLY throttled. I was getting only "GPRS" speeds (about 50k down and up), latency was not bad though (175 ms).


Mar 10, 2014, 5:04 PM

Two Thumbs Up T-Mobile!!!!

I have been in the industry for 14 years and the competition is getting tough. Most customers are just so price driven rather then seeing the value driven...T-Mobile states that there the best VALUE in the industry not the cheapest!!!! Every carrier has a "it pays to compare chart" that makes them look better than the other carriers. Look at the value potential customers and existing....The $80 MRC now has 5GB of hotspot which is a great option and for the $50 MRC comes with 1GB which is great....International data and text roaming...now international text included...Add all those features to the other major carriers and see what you come up with!!!!! Some say t-mobile sucks becuase you may not like there CS or because you live in an area wh...

Mar 7, 2014, 7:48 PM

Unlimited Data Now Most Expensive In Industry

T-Mobile's new $30 unlimited data makes it the most expensive in the industry.
Sprint is only $20 for unlimited data on its Framily plans. Both carriers offer no contract, both offer device financing, and while Sprint's $20 for unlimited data includes only one annual upgrade for a device, it beats T-Mobile, which would be $30 for the same unlimited data plus $10 for JUMP for a total of $40. Even if you included $11 device insurance on the $20 Sprint plan, you're saving $9 per month. Almost $110 per year.

Not saying Sprint is faster or better, but their pricing scheme is by far better than T-Mobile right now.

This coming from a hardcore T-Mobile advocate who moved lines from Sprint to T-Mobile, now rethinking my decision and likely h...
No, because where at Sprint for $20/mo could you tether your data as well, or even for $30/mo tether 5gb to your computer but still have unlimited usage on the phone?

At Sprint, you'd be paying an extra $20-80 to tether your phone on top of the pho...
For the VAST majority of customers this works out better. The $20 add-on now gives you up to 5GB of high speed and you can use your data how you want with no overages. Don't need 5GB? 3GB is $10 and 1GB is at no additional charge!

The power user...
Positives about T-Mobile's unlimited data.

1. It's high speed, I don't hear very good things from Sprint's customers when it comes to speed.

2. Mobile hotspot is included at no extra cost.
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