T-Mobile trying to undercut Verizon's Unlimited plan, rolls back tethering and video throttling

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Yesterday, Verizon announced they they would start offering unlimited data plans again, for the first time in over five years. For $80 a month, the plan has remarkably few catches - speeds may be decreased in congested areas after 22GB, and you only get 10GB of LTE data for tethering. Now T-Mobile appears to be rushing to stay competitive, as CEO John Legere has announced changes to the T-Mobile ONE Plan on Twitter.

If you're out of the loop, T-Mobile's ONE plan was met with controversy due to the sheer number of confusing and annoying catches.

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