Mobile Bumps Unlimited Data Throttling Limit To 50GB

Rodiano Bonacci
Settembre 19, 2017

T-Mobile confirmed via Twitter that it will implement the new change on September 20, so starting later this week, customers shouldn't be throttled down if they exceed the old 32GB threshold. But while Verizon Wireless and AT&T set the potential throttle point at 22GB, and Sprint at 23GB, T-Mobile is already letting customers use at least 32GB a month before risking slowdowns.

All four major nationwide carriers slow down their heaviest data users when they connect to congested cell towers. You can enjoy fast (well, if it's fast in your area) data as promised, but once you reach that data cap, in this case, T-Mobile's supposed 50GB threshold, you will experience reduced speeds during network congestion hours. TmoNews also reported that it has a source who confirmed the new 50GB limit.

Well, free Netflix subscriptions mean increased data consumption, so naturally, the Un-carrier has chose to increase its unlimited throttling limit to 50 GB. T-Mobile recently caused a stir once again by offering free Netflix to T-Mobile ONE customers on a family plan. T-Mobile likely has no doubt that it can handle the extra capacity. 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. You are deprioritized over other users who haven't yet reached that cap.

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