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T-Mobile Updates 3G Data Usage Cap Language

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Sep 24, 2008, 7:21 PM

Learn from there’s mistakes.

Come on T-mobile, your last to the high speed game in the US. This is not inspiring confidence as a competitive carrier here in the US.
If the dollar gets any lower in value I wouldn’t be surprised if Deutsche Telekom cut’s you loose.
And yet, people STILL complain... 🙄
What are you complaining about? They set a limit playing it safe. People got upset and wanted better. Tmobile listened and changed. I think that says a lot about a company. Actually listening to customer complaints and changing.
Learn from their mistakes.

Come on T-mobile, you're last to the high speed game in the US. This is not inspiring confidence as a competitive carrier here in the US.

If the dollar gets any lower in value I wouldnââ
andy2373 said:
Come on, T-mobile. You're last to the high speed game in the U.S. This is not inspiring confidence as a competitive carrier here in the U.S.
If the dollar gets any lower in value, I wouldn’t be surprise

Sep 25, 2008, 2:29 AM

i love t-mo!

wow! they really are listening! the cap was just posted yesterday and after a whole day of shock and dissapointment, they gave in.

t-mo is the best!!! they are forgiven for being way super late with the 3g. i love their data plan!!!
I'm not a current Tmo customer, but am paying very, very close attn to Tmo and the G1.

So please share, what exactly is so, so greate about Tmo's data plan?
T Mobster

Sep 24, 2008, 6:57 PM

excellent smithers...

This is very good news....giggity giggity goo! 😈
I think you're getting your cartoon references mixed up 😛 But yeah, I'm glad they decided to change this.

Sep 24, 2008, 7:17 PM

at least they're listening.....

it sounds like T-Mobile wants to be as liberal as possible, without pushing too much burden onto 3G infrastructure
I think most of data players (include power/advanced users) are playing nice
Yes, I agree. I'm happy they lifted it up some. I just know 1gb can be used quickly, though I'm not a power user. But it makes me happy to know they care.
I agree that this is a very wise move on their part. But it still posed a question as to why a company if this stature and knowledge of todays usage would even think about a 1 gig cap in the first place. It could have saved the daggers thrown at them....

Sep 25, 2008, 3:43 AM

This goes to show...

Unfortunately, this goes to show that people would complain about anything and everything. T-Mobile tried to put a soft cap so their network doesn't get congested and we cry outraged, the blue network doesn't cap their 3G for their touch screen device and we cry uber-fail network due to over congestion... Hats off to these providers anyway whether they listen or not to ALL of our cries. Put an android or dread I say "iPhone" on one of our CDMA counter-parts and you don't think there will be network issues? Gimme a break 🤣

Sep 24, 2008, 11:30 PM

This is sounding more promising

Now tmobile is actually starting too think. Who was the idiot who even thought up the idea of a 1gb cap. I guess better late than never. Im also glad that the G1 will now include the 3.5mm headphone adapter.

Now all tmobile and google now need to do is work on the other flaws this phone have.
Support A2dp, support tethering, support video recording, improve laggy browser, license's Microsoft exchange, and support UMA (not sure if its possible but from what I was told a firmware upgrade could take care of that).

Those are the most obvious disappointments with the G1. All of which can be fixed with a simply Firmware upgrade. You never know... They may have some of these issues addressed before the G1 is launched.
Tmo Slave

Sep 24, 2008, 6:51 PM

Holly Crap!!!

That is freakin awesome, gogo t-mobile!!! 😁 🤤
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