anonymus, 26 Mar 2013t-mobile have unlmited for $30Yea with a 5GB cap
keethi, 27 Mar 2013The T-mobile Model is very attractivehi keethi.....we miss u,,,
I received LTE signal ib too many places in Houston
Thanks tmobile. ..
update, speed test at 22.06 Mbps Download and 3.12 Mbps upload in San Jose.
The best result I'm getting in San Jose was 17.27 download and 2.37 upload.
Thanks for the news. I m a little sad that Denver wasn’t part of the launch. Phoenix has it, and I will be going there on a trip for my job at DISH; I will test out the new speeds with my Note II then. I really want to see how my DISH Anywhere app works with the higher data speeds. It streams live TV and DVR recordings to my phone over 3G, 4g, and WIFI, and the greater my data speeds, the higher the definition of my streams. It will be nice to watch the Rockies opening day in crystal clarity!
fgw, 26 Mar 2013England is a tiny country so it cost less to cover it.More densely populated so you require more masts and then you have competition level which doesn't exist in the USA which means even more costs.
yan, 26 Mar 2013not banned. the tethering feature stops working after you reach your limit. Sounds circumventable.
Miiike Hunt, 26 Mar 2013So effectively a tethering ban?not banned. the tethering feature stops working after you reach your limit.
I just noticed 4G LTE in my Galaxy Note II in Houston..the speeds are around 10Mbps though
Rameee, 26 Mar 20134g is cheaper in india just $100 for 50gbt-mobile have unlmited for $30
Anonymous, 26 Mar 2013Three don't allow tethering on their data plansOn the One Plan they do.