in my country you can get unlimited 4g with full tethering, only by paying $14 each month.
Here in denmark we got a operator that delivers:
Unlimited call time
Unlimited data use
For approximately 18 dollars Give or take depending on currency exchange
Mike, 30 Aug 2016I completely don't get it: THIS is supposed to be unlimited data plan? :)) With so many limits? :)Expensive as well.
I completely don't get it: THIS is supposed to be unlimited data plan? :)) With so many limits? :)
Here, in Latvia (operator LMT - Latvian Mobile Telephone, largest operator in LV), we have unlimited data plan for 9,99 EUR/month and unlimited calls/sms for 9,95 EUR/month, so for less than 20 EUR/month you can get all UNLIMITED :) Streaming, downloading, LTE, of course. Poor other europeans :D
I don't get why the US consumer agency does not specify some guidelines that forces easier to understand cell service plans.
My current phone plan (plenti.dk) says the following:
18 dollars/month free text/mms free phone usage, free 4G data, max 50 GB used for tethering.
And that's it. no hidden fees, no bullshit of any kind, and it's all because the phone plans from years ago was so convoluted, the government stepped in and helped streamline them.
well, how can something "unlimited" if it is"throttling".
just your usual "I don't lie, I just didn't say the truth " marketing
You should also list that the one plus plan increases the video stream to HD,since that was most people's main complaint.Y you should also list that the one plus cost an additional $25.00/month per line.This article seems very "information light".
Telco don't listen to the consumers voice. all they do is advertise UNLIMITED DATA but its not UNLIMITED
-if you used up a large amount of data it will get throttled
-I hope Telco will do something about it
-if the do they have a lot of positive opinion from there consumer