techno11, 14 Aug 2014telecoms should redefine the term "unlimited". there should not be anything called f... moreRead the contract the "power users" signed. 5gb of tethering for unlimited(more for more $) and No torrenting/p2p allowed. This article is misleading and pretends like depressed unemployed netflix streamers who stream 16hours a day are being targeted, they arent. Its those violating the contracts using 3rd party tethering apps that bypass their alotment, and torrenting which is also a contract breach. I dont want some jackass slowing down my network downloading at 3mb/sec his 1.9gb japanese bukkake so he can fap in the bathroom, fuvk that guy, he can stream his pr0n like everyone else.
telecoms should redefine the term "unlimited". there should not be anything called fair usage policy(FUP)where you throttle the speeds under unlimited plans. we pay for the data...and its the right of users how we consume that data. telecoms cannot dictate their terms. you are free to make separate data plans for such power users.
juanpedro, 14 Aug 2014In cases like this the word UNLIMITED should be removed unless the word has been redefined.Not wrong to say unlimited, u still can download without paying additional just much slower :D
In cases like this the word UNLIMITED should be removed unless the word has been redefined.
In India forget LTE 4G 3G there is a throttle on even 2G internet.
In the Philippines, every network provider implement "fair use policy thingy)
If you consumed 800-1.5gb (whether you are using lte or 3g) your speed will down to 2g (10kbps)
10kbps is the norms here for 2g.
How can you enjoy the unlimited internet service if SHAPING will be implemented to T-Mobile Users???
Good. For now. In a couple years when everybody has established their LTE networks and got all their frequencies going full throttle the carriers are going to have to dial back the on the limitations. There are way too many people abusing the system and bragging about it.