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Mobile adds another limit to its 'unlimited' data plans

13 October 2017

For T-Mobile One customers, the One Plus global option can be added for an extra $25 per month, and that'll get you unlimited high-speed data when venturing across the border. This move isn't surprising when you consider T-Mobile is pushing unlimited plans more aggressively than it was in 2015.

You can find out more details about the latest Uncarrier offering from T-Mobile over at their website at the link below. What happens if you reach that 5GB limit? Meanwhile, T-Mobile recently added free unlimited Netflix streaming to most of its T-Mobile ONE and T-Mobile ONE Plus plans, and it confirmed that its subscribers won't see any increases to the cost of their plans when Netflix's rate hike takes effect next month. There is no mention if it's temporary or permanent but T-Mobile will need to work on some issues first. Instead, subscribers will get just 5GB of guaranteed full-speed LTE data before their data speeds are throttled. T-Mobile says it will throttle the customer to 128Kbps with the exception of T-Mobile ONE Plus customers, who will receive 256Kbps speeds.

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Again, One plans still have unlimited LTE data in the US.

The mobile carrier said that it wants to improve and make a decision to "prevent usage beyond the intent of the product".

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We already know that T-Mobile's unlimited plans have limits, just like they do at every other wireless carrier.

On November 12, T-Mobile will be adjusting the initial Mobile without Borders offer so that customers will only have access to 5GB of LTE data when traveling overseas in Mexico or Canada. Also, those with capped plans can no longer use their Data Stash while in Canada or Mexico (though any unused data will carry over). The carrier did state that "less than 1% of people" on the plan used over 5GB a month when traveling.

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If you have any more queries on the change and how it will reflect on your mobile usage, you can check the dedicated T-Mobile FAQ page to get all the answers.

Mobile adds another limit to its 'unlimited' data plans