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Standard User RobertoS
(elder) Thu 31-Jul-14 18:36:12
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US Verizon to throttle unlimited 4G


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Could the same happen here? And it is being challenged.

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Standard User RossMcG
(learned) Thu 31-Jul-14 18:55:40
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Re: US Verizon to throttle unlimited 4G


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But here there is no tethering option without crazy pay per GB , at least not with my provider. If anyone knows a way around this please link smile (im on three and have 2 x unlimited contracts) 3g speeds are > home broadband speed.
Standard User jchamier
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Thu 31-Jul-14 21:08:35
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Re: US Verizon to throttle unlimited 4G


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In reply to a post by RobertoS:
Could the same happen here? And it is being challenged.

Only three offer unlimited 4G and only on handsets now, and older customers will be moved over to allowance limited plans as their contracts come up for renewal (I am led to suspect from other posts).

I have family on Verizon 4G in the US, and they switched 2 years ago from unlimited usage to a usage based plan, verizon were able to tell them what their average usage was, and so they went for double that, and it was usefully cheaper than the old unlimited plan.

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