Mobile boosts prioritization point on unlimited lines from 32GB to 50GB

Still, the freedom to use lots of data is precisely the reason why customers prefer unlimited plans, and at 50GB, T-Mobile's cap is more than twice as high as its competitors. However for those who would prefer a bit more breathing space, you'll be pleased to learn that T-Mobile has since increased that limit to a more generous 50GB. That's double the limit Verizon and AT&T enforce on their customers, and all-around good news for anyone on T-Mobile One.


Just in case you're not familiar with this whole Fair Usage threshold, those who are on an "unlimited" data plan do not really experience unlimited data technically.


This move is meant to kick a little dirt in the eyes of AT&T and Verizon, after third-party testing earlier this month confirmed that T-Mobile has the fastest LTE data network among the top four us wireless carriers. You don't hit 50GB and get throttled for the rest of the billing cycle. After all, T-Mobile has made new perks and promotions only eligible to ONE customers in hopes of this. Verizon's Beyond Unlimited and T-Mobile's One Plus plans run an additional $10 per month, per line. Verizon and AT&T top out at 22GB, while Sprint places second with 23GB. Still, T-Mobile's announcement should inject some healthy competition into the industry - and when carriers compete, everybody wins. Only then will you be throttled back to the lower speeds.



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