AnonD-696124, 14 Oct 2017Do you really think peolpe who travel to mexico don't use the 5GB data plan? You really think ... moreHoly CRAP dude! You crazy or what?
All I did was point at a wrong quote... Doesn't matter whether its happening or not. I can't believe how people around you live if you can't accept a simple mistake and move on. You got much friends?
Frozen Fire, 14 Oct 2017Do you even have a brain? I'm saying they got the quote wrong. For heaven's sake go check the ... moreDo you really think peolpe who travel to mexico don't use the 5GB data plan? You really think T-Mobile capped it because nobody used it? now, you must be new to the telecommunication world.
Go seek the company i work for as business advisor "SFR" it's a french company btw
AnonD-696124, 13 Oct 2017OFC it's logical, Why should t-mobile lose money? Why should samsung lose money, why should go... more"studied business relationships" Pfft... Yea, go tell your customers you're crapping with them, watch them stick around...
AnonD-696124, 13 Oct 2017are you even being logical? If people didn't pass de 5GB t-Mobile wouldn't cap it and let it u... moreDo you even have a brain? I'm saying they got the quote wrong. For heaven's sake go check the source before making a bigger joke of yourself.
Anonymous, 13 Oct 2017And you question their logic?OFC it's logical, Why should t-mobile lose money? Why should samsung lose money, why should google lose money? It's out of question big companies to lose money, that 5GB Cap was necessary.
Who says i'm ok with it?
I studied business relationships and what T-Mobile did was just the right thing to to.
Frozen Fire, 13 Oct 2017No... It was supposed to be less than 1% people use more than 5GB... GSMArena got the quote go... moreare you even being logical? If people didn't pass de 5GB t-Mobile wouldn't cap it and let it unlimited don't you think? jesus what's your IQ?
It means T-Mobile was losing money and for that to cease it had to cap it because of the abusive consumption.
AnonD-696124, 12 Oct 2017No, it means that 99% of people use more than 5GB internet in MexicoNo... It was supposed to be less than 1% people use more than 5GB... GSMArena got the quote gone... They can't say 99% of our customers are using it and we wanna ask them to eff off -_-
Well, this isn't surprising. The T-Mobile rateplan was originally released when AT&T announced it was merging with a provider in Mexico.
If memory serves me correct, T-Mobile had created SimpleMobile, which was spun off to Carlos Slim and TelCel. So most likely, the company that was spun off had a roaming agreement which lasted a few years.
My carrier it's Telcel in México, i have all of my plan benefits in the three countries plus unlimited facebook, twitter & whatsapp in México... It seems weird for me that a US carrier don't support it
Obi Wan Kenobi, 12 Oct 2017Does this have anything to do with building a border wall............Oh don't call them out for the obvious. Someone might have to ride in to tell you how they don't have to give it to you at all
"less than 1% of those who travel to Mexico and Canada use ***less*** than 5GB"???
"Less than 1% of people with this benefit travel to Mexico and Canada use ***over*** 5GB a month."
Does this have anything to do with building a border wall............
Kangal, 12 Oct 2017I'm a blind follower? How?
I don't even use T-Mobile, lol.
But I'm stating what is a fact,... moreAnd now you're just repeating the same babbling.
Stop defending companies for being greedy
Kirk, 12 Oct 2017This is a great deal, more power to ya T-Mobile.Is this a T-Mobile fanboy? Never thought they have one..
[deleted post]What? So you're saying that you are not to be held responsible for going over your mobile data quota? So who's responsible? Your carrier? Or the company that made your phone perhaps? Wow just wow
Anonymous, 12 Oct 2017Oh my god why does every page about every device/service from every company have to have some ... moreI'm a blind follower? How?
I don't even use T-Mobile, lol.
But I'm stating what is a fact, they operate in the continental US.
You travelling to ANOTHER COUNTRY should know and expect no service for your USA Service. They are clarifying what you get, and that is limited LTE cap... which is very generous, since in most situations it is T-Mobile paying Canada/Mexico's carriers for the roaming coverage support. And remember that, even after 5GB's you can continue to use the service just at a reduced bandwidth... this isn't like Verizon just cancelling your service mid-call, sheesh.
They are doing you a solid, and supporting your USA Contract outside of its borders.
Now, if you have an actual FACT to use to dispute this, please go ahead.
Otherwise, you're not making me look like a "blind follower" but rather making yourself a senseless hater. Haters gotta hate, and troll's gotta troll... I'll be here sitting with my popcorn to see their spectacle.