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