T-Mobile will throttle your data after 5 GB

T-Mobile will throttle users who surpass 5 GB per billing period
T-Mobile will throttle users who surpass 5 GB per billing period

If you’re hoping to use your fancy G2 to suck up a ton of bandwidth, you’d better be careful because T-Mobile said it will throttle users who go beyond 5 GB a month.

Beginning on October 16, T-Mobile will begin to reduce data speeds when a customer reaches 5GB of usage in a billing cycle, in accordance with T-Mobile terms and conditions. This change should only affect extreme data users (less than 1 percent) and is being made to ensure that all subscribers receive the best Web performance available by limiting the number of extreme data users on our network.

The majority of T-Mobile customers should not be affected by this change. The new 5 GB threshold limit, which is equivalent to approximately 125,000 yahoo.com page visits, is enough bandwidth to satisfy most customers’ Web and data needs.

If a customer happens to reach the 5GB limit, they will receive a free text message informing them their data speed will be reduced. Customers will continue to have Web browsing capabilities but at slower speeds, which will be determined by their device type. Once their new billing cycle begins, data speeds will no longer be restricted.
Customers can track their data usage through My T-Mobile, MyAccount, or the SIVR.

That does sound pretty reasonable actually, as I’m a mobile fanatic but I’ve never even come close to hitting 5 GB of data in a month. But you do have to wonder if those caps will raise as technology gets better.

That G2 can use HSPA+ and we’re still waiting for an update which will allow it to act as a mobile hotspot. When you consider that the T-Mobile HSPA+ 3G network can get up to 21 Mbps, it may soon be really easy to suck up bandwidth.

Any of you readers come close to that 5 GB cap? Let us know in the comments.

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  • http://so-so-rad.tumblr.com mmmarc

    I haven’t come close to 5GB, either. But if I were regularly getting anywhere between 3-9Mbps down, like I did on Sprint’s WiMax, I’d probably use a ton more.

    These days, even with constant Pandora and Slacker streaming, and some Netflix, I’m seeing only about 2-2.5GB of usage per month.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_SUFYL7IZSXR4KVB33VTWCYIUCA LP

      I was with Tmobile for past 12 years continuously… and sucked into the “Unlimited 4G” campaign.. So last week I purchased the Samsung Galaxy 4G upgrading my devies at a cost of $500 (2 devices). The sales person never mentioned about the 5G cap, even when I was inquiring the Tethering or AP features… With in 1 week I got this message from Tmobile with 5G alert. What a bummer…
      Called customer service and they can’t do anything about it.. Pretty disapointed with this FALSE Advertisement. (Screw the fine print)…Anyway I decided to return the devices, (No use of the device if there is a limit and in this age of streaming world).. and say Good Bye to Tmobile after 12 years. – Lawrence P

  • tunppi

    Using Finnish Saunalahti operator, have used 2GB of bandwidth this month.. last month it was only 1.5GB and before that I hit massive 19.6GB of BW while sharing internet connection with my computer.

    no limits in speed or BW whatsoever, 13.9eur per month. :)

  • tunppi

    Using Finnish Saunalahti operator, have used 2GB of bandwidth this month.. last month it was only 1.5GB and before that I hit massive 19.6GB of BW while sharing internet connection with my computer.

    no limits in speed or BW whatsoever, 13.9eur per month. :)

  • tunppi

    Using Finnish Saunalahti operator, have used 2GB of bandwidth this month.. last month it was only 1.5GB and before that I hit massive 19.6GB of BW while sharing internet connection with my computer.

    no limits in speed or BW whatsoever, 13.9eur per month. :)

  • tunppi

    Using Finnish Saunalahti operator, have used 2GB of bandwidth this month.. last month it was only 1.5GB and before that I hit massive 19.6GB of BW while sharing internet connection with my computer.

    no limits in speed or BW whatsoever, 13.9eur per month. :)

  • tunppi

    Using Finnish Saunalahti operator, have used 2GB of bandwidth this month.. last month it was only 1.5GB and before that I hit massive 19.6GB of BW while sharing internet connection with my computer.

    no limits in speed or BW whatsoever, 13.9eur per month. :)

  • tunppi

    Using Finnish Saunalahti operator, have used 2GB of bandwidth this month.. last month it was only 1.5GB and before that I hit massive 19.6GB of BW while sharing internet connection with my computer.

    no limits in speed or BW whatsoever, 13.9eur per month. :)

  • tunppi

    Using Finnish Saunalahti operator, have used 2GB of bandwidth this month.. last month it was only 1.5GB and before that I hit massive 19.6GB of BW while sharing internet connection with my computer.

    no limits in speed or BW whatsoever, 13.9eur per month. :)

  • tunppi

    Using Finnish Saunalahti operator, have used 2GB of bandwidth this month.. last month it was only 1.5GB and before that I hit massive 19.6GB of BW while sharing internet connection with my computer.

    no limits in speed or BW whatsoever, 13.9eur per month. :)

  • tunppi

    Using Finnish Saunalahti operator, have used 2GB of bandwidth this month.. last month it was only 1.5GB and before that I hit massive 19.6GB of BW while sharing internet connection with my computer.

    no limits in speed or BW whatsoever, 13.9eur per month. :)

  • Joe

    I’ve reached the 10gig limit that’s in placed now (which is then throttled, as stated in the article), but I also tether my laptop w/ my phone.

  • Joe

    I’ve reached the 10gig limit that’s in placed now (which is then throttled, as stated in the article), but I also tether my laptop w/ my phone.

  • Rick Sinclair Nyc

    They need to allow premium options with at least unlimited bandwidth and laptop tethering. i’d pay an extra 20 for that If i knew I was able to use it as my main connections

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andrew-Diaz/100000193263154 Andrew Diaz

    Closest i ever get using my Nexus one+tethering is 3 or 4 gigs, but thats even rare, not like im downloading porn using my phone

  • facepalm

    Redefining the word Unlimited: something I’ve come to expect from telecom corps. Their network sucks, and they should rethink this cap until I can stand still in Los Angeles and NOT see my phone waver from edge to 3G repeatedly.

    • Jeebus

      This argument was made on the XDA forums and I will reiterate, their terms does not state unlimited 3g/4g speeds, only unlimited data usage which can be at any speed.

  • gweeds

    if you tether like i do, 5 gigs is nothing. right now my G1 is the only connection i have. watching a few tv shows in high quality will take a huge dent out of your limit. i wonder how slow they will throttle you? if you only have 3g they throttle you to EDGE after 10 gigs. will HSPA be throttled to 3g after 5 gigs and EDGE after 10 gigs??

    • Jeebus

      Under the terms you agreed to tethering isn’t allowed; just because you can do it doesn’t mean you should. I don’t want to get on my high horse because I have tethered and probably will do so in the future but I knew that there was throttling when I signed up for the data plan. At least T-Mobile has the decency to state this up front unlike Clear, which apparently has been throttling users even though their website specifically states that they do not reduce the speed no matter how much you download.

      • Mwiltzius

        if tethering isnt allowed, why did t mobile just have a update to put in tethering and hot spots on the phone? i didnt install this tethering or hot spot program, they gave it to me. So why am i restriced? it makes no sense at all.. bottom line, they offer 4g service, i paid for a 4g phone and 4g service, im not on edge speeds. This is not acceptable by any means. Even more so when they gave me the programs, t mobile produced programs to hot spot or tether..

  • Skabelund

    Wow you guys throttle me even after my new billing cycle! That is some shady business! I even call in and you say that I don’t have any restrictions. Even though my plan is “unlimited” which I thought that in the dictionary the word meant no limits. Very poor choice of word to use in sales if there are limits “to how fast I can download after a certain amount”. thats a limit if you ask me. AND WHY AM I STILL THROTTLED??? Bill is paid, phone works fine, but I think you guys forgot to flip the switch back on to high speed.

  • Gotagive2get

    This suck, I run a bussinesfrom my phone and I tether all the time, Now it has made it hard to upload contracts and work orders in the field, Now I need to pay more for sevice that I was told was included in my unlimited plan. Now I try to contact the service line and I cant get through.. Alsomt like they are waitiong for the call so the now just put you on hold and leave you there..

  • Michael

    Been testing the webconnect rocket 2.0 since the begining of Oct here in OKC. Download speeds seem to be averaging 3-5 Mb/sec till the 5 GB cap but purposely went over and now speeds seem just a little faster than 56K dialup (6-8Kb/sec). Just enough to get through the web… well 5 years ago. All in all though it seems fair enough especially given the monthly costs of $39.99, device was free after 2yr contract, and no over the 5 GB limit fees (for unlimited). Though the speed throttling could be much better fine tuned like faster speeds off speak times or throttling only when needed; not always just because you went over the limit. Also there should be an option to resume or buy back regular speeds for the fest of the month or another data milestone . Speeds seem slowed at all times now even in the middle of the night when there should be less congestion. I’m still planning on continuing the service just with more strategic use of the bandwidth; will save the Garmin map updates and movies for another pipe.

    -Michael A

  • Makrel

    I listen 8 hours per day internet radio . SPB RADIO for windows mobile need 350 kb/s for streaming signal.T mobile can turn off half of speed ,but not 99%( right now i got 59kb/s- dial up HAHAHA).I paid for this program(29$) and i cant use it.So mayby t mobile give me my many back?

    When i signed contract nobody told my about 5 gb.

  • Makrel

    I listen 8 hours per day internet radio . SPB RADIO for windows mobile need 350 kb/s for streaming signal.T mobile can turn off half of speed ,but not 99%( right now i got 59kb/s- dial up HAHAHA).I paid for this program(29$) and i cant use it.So mayby t mobile give me my many back?

    When i signed contract nobody told my about 5 gb.

  • Makrel

    I listen 8 hours per day internet radio . SPB RADIO for windows mobile need 350 kb/s for streaming signal.T mobile can turn off half of speed ,but not 99%( right now i got 59kb/s- dial up HAHAHA).I paid for this program(29$) and i cant use it.So mayby t mobile give me my many back?

    When i signed contract nobody told my about 5 gb.

  • Makrel

    I listen 8 hours per day internet radio . SPB RADIO for windows mobile need 350 kb/s for streaming signal.T mobile can turn off half of speed ,but not 99%( right now i got 59kb/s- dial up HAHAHA).I paid for this program(29$) and i cant use it.So mayby t mobile give me my many back?

    When i signed contract nobody told my about 5 gb.

  • monte

    I Just got off my cap (throttle) after only 20 days of using my phone and I’m just a recreational user…..thus is bs

  • Diznikkabcb

    It’s been 4 days, I hit the 5gb limit.. and I checked the speed, its .62 Mbps.

    30 dollars for 125000 pages, wish they would of told me, or at least change it to 5gb of data..
    Mytouch 4g

  • Nobody

    I used 12.1Gb in one day using my phone as a wifi hotspot to updata World of Warcraft. I got the message saying I passed the 5Gb limit (obviously) but my download speed is still around 4-6Mb/s. I’ve seen no change. Now as more users begin to saturate the system, I expect them to enforce the bandwidth limits.

  • Thechan53

    I am going to shoot this 400 dollar waste and NEVER get a cell phone again I am sick and tired of companies finding “loop holes” to tie me into contracts I bought this phone for business purposes and was told this was an unlimited plan and once they have enough people locked in they flip the switch and lie through their teeth I specifically asked if this was unlimited and the rep told me I would never be SLOWED down, billed extra, or any other shady business. Well tmobile I hope you enjoy it when I trash the trash you have given me and many people….. I CANT WAIT TILL NEXT SEPTEMBER!!!!!!!!! Lieing bastards waste my money and time, shame on you….. fool me once shame on you, fool me twice hehe it wont happen good bye

  • Thechan53

    I promise I will tell everyone I know and all of my 500 thousand “friends” on youtube they will watch me vicously destroy your once useful tool….. I will make it quite a show and hopefully I look so crazy I get millions of views and make it on the evening news.. its sad that companies take away the privelages of the few because they think majority rules… well guess what majority follows and if they see a crazy person going nuts because of this it will stick in their minds when they think of going with you…. I hope I put a nice dent in your fan base just like that one bad phone call put a dent in AOL’S subscribers and believe me it destroyed them I hope people wake up and realize just because taking privelages away from some doesnt effect you doesnt mean it wont be you next…. there are millions of “loop holes” in those contracts its about time people stand together…. they wouldnt treat us this way if we cared me… “it doesnt effect me” HA coward such a cop out! Wait till september I will make it quite a show….. Jerks :)

  • sneakyfox

    I usually go over the 5 gig cap limit every month because i tether but i found out a way to cheat t mobile and get normal speeds after the cap :D

  • Gipson44

    i actually went over 5 gigs which means I’ve used 10 gigs of data…and yes t-mobile did slow my speeds and i hate this

  • Mmaguru

    Yes I hit 5kb 2 weeks in my first months billing cycle. I’m going back to sprint…this su ks.

    • DroidBoi

      I hit that in the first 20 seconds.

  • muffy

    Reaching that 5 gig cap isnt hard to do. I believe that number will be higher then 1 percent! They reduced my speeds 3 months in a row now. That 5 gig cap is crazy in my opinion!

    • GayBoysRock

      quit looking at port.

      • Anonymous

        Starboard better for you?

    • Anonymous

      *crazy

      “Crazy can be defined as a consumer actively using the product he/she paid for.”

      Yes, these carriers want everyone to pay for huge data plans, but then if you use your phone with the capabilities it has, you’re an “extreme user”, “data hog” etc. 5gb is not hard to hit at all if you stream video, download files on the go, browse on your commute every day.

      “As long as you pay us a lot of money for this capability that we’ll restrict if you use it much, we’re happy.” – Carriers

  • GayBoysRock

    I have gotten the message. Paid my bill today. Message came on the 29th I think. Called and they said that I had not been throttled. But they do have the ability to. The message is a good way for them to alert us at the same time alerting them. I am sure that they will have good coverage at CES. Cheers

  • Jayare313

    I actually got the message. I guess downloading custom roms does add up quickly.lol

  • Bogie

    You do maps, you do radio, the G2 has built in tether … on 4G i allegedly used up the 5GB … i got NO text … i spent a week with customer support troubleshooting this and they are telling me I am not throttled at 56kbps …. but it is obvious this is it.
    HOW do they measure the speed ?
    I had this for almost 3 years, NOBODY EVER told me there is a catch to the “unlimited” wording.
    And the ONE PERCENT i am sure they include people that have Edge and 2G … heck with those speeds you can’t use 1GB a month … ***BUT ON 4G GOES UP REALLY FAST***
    I am going to the small claims court and let a judge decide.

    • Nishanicole

      My data has been slowed a couple of times on different months and i called and no one knew why…they had me strip my phone clean of all user information thinking something was wrong with my phone. Not until today when I called (because it took 4 hours just to update an app) they told me that they limit how much fast internet i can have. I dont think this is fair because i opted to pay the most they charge for fast service just so i could have it. If they are worried about everyone not being able to use fast internet service then that sounds like their problem and not mine. I dont feel I should have to pay for unlimited if im not going to get fast unlimited service.

  • http://twitter.com/MrMiddleFinger MrMiddleFinger

    I got the text too and called them on it i pay for unlimted data but i get limited service once i go over 5gb. Thats doesnt seem right? but to ensure that everybody else can use there phone at fastes speed i guess thats what I pay for… i have used 28.26 GB lol

  • Knowmoore

    Honestly, the 5 gig threshold makes good sense. Most people have a land connection for their home internet use, which is where most people use major bandwidth.

    I understand that, however, I am using my phone for all of my personal internet needs. I won’t buy cable or wired internet, because for the past two years I haven’t needed to.

    Why don’t they just have an option to buy another 5 gigs for ten bucks or something?

  • Lcromidas

    i think we all see now, they really swindled us when we purchased the more expensive 4g listening to sales reps use words like ‘blistering speed’ to describe the power. my mytouch 4g is a nightmare, i listen to pandora, they throttled me even know i thought i had unlimited data. paid close to $500 for a phone i cant use. ripped off by tmobile.

    • Tfri

      Agree. I just realized I got hit

  • http://www.facebook.com/#!/home.php?sk=group_132307100169224&ap=1 digitalfreedom

    “T-Mobile’s TRUE “4G SPEED” sucks!” look for the group on Facebook add yourself and hold these crooks accountable!

  • Cloudyrjc

    Yes, yes I reached that 5GB limit exactly two weeks into my first month with the 4g plan. Now I have to wait another two weeks to use my internet. Lame. I guess it’s our fault for not reading through the whole terms and conditions, but I just trusted T-Mobile, they’ve always been so good, I didn’t think they were like those other souless heartless companies *cough* Verizon *cough* ATT *cough*. Guess I learned my lesson, T-Mobile is no better than the rest.

  • Ms_Tre619

    T-Mobile is shysty! We were paying $60 per month for their wireless stick for almost a year and once I got my G2, it was several months before I found out I could use it as a wireless router via tethering for $15.99 per month! Of course T-Mobile didn’t tell me this. Once I found out, I cancelled service on the wireless stick and told them I wanted the tethering service. They’re charging me $400 for the early cancellation fee on the stick, which is ridiculous but at least it’s less than what the stick would cost if I kept using IT! I hit my 5GB cap about a week ago and have to wait until Feb. 17th until my billing cycle starts over. It IS lame, as I chose the UNLIMITED data package. To me, unlimited means UNLIMITED! Not “oh, you’re internet speed will be reduced at 5GB”…it’s not “reduced” it’s literally almost non-functioning! It took about 5 minutes just to load this page and Facebook? Forget it! I can barely get in and if I’m lucky enough and DO get in, I may as well not have bothered because I can’t do anything on it anyway. I’m so disgusted with T-Mobile, I can’t wait til my “contract” with them ends!

  • miguel

    I got two gb in 5 days I get throttled in my first two weeks!

  • Eric

    I have two Samsung Vibrants on a family plan, watching youtube and uploading my pictures to facebook made me hit the 5GB cap in two weeks as well. Since I have two phones on the family plan, they should give me a cap of 10GB since I’m paying an extra $20 per phone for the 4G network, even though my phones are not 4G. I will be calling T-Mobile tomorrow to demand 10GB cap for both of my phones. 64k download is not acceptable.

  • Drew

    I got throttled today UGH!!! Extremely upset! I still have like a week or 2 till end of my billing cycle too! I HATE THIS! So much for Netflix. It takes 10 min to buffer then plays for 37 sec to just buffer again! dissappointed!

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_H4SADEZ6GDNQ5INS3B4INQFVHM Trevor

    Yes.. I agree. It’s in the contract you sign with Tmobile for unlimited data. Unlimited data yes, but not at the same speed for an unlimited amount of data per billing period.
    If people are looking for unlimited amounts of data at a high speed per month (for video, audio, tethering, phone hot spots, etc) then there are plenty of other options outside of a mobile contract — and for less money! For ie. there are plenty of free wifi locations these days if you don’t have one at home.
    It sounds a lot like the common complaint of those who want something for next to nothing.. and complain when they can’t get it.

    • Bill

      How is next to nothing $70.00 a month for a two year contract?

    • Monetsgirl28

       how is next to nothing $90/month for 2 years after having purchased a $599 + taxes phone..and after spending $48 for a “reconnection” fee, when my previous phone was up and running?  i understand the premise and message behind your statement, what i am arguing is, the salesperson should tell the customer there is a limit of 5GB of usage and after that, the phone will slow down substantially. but they will not, because most people nowadays know that 2 days on netflix or youtube eats those GBs fast. no one would spend $600 on a phone that will do nothing after the 3rd day…but that’s why they don’t inform the customer. deceit. robbing the customers blind. one should not have to come online to read tmobile news to realize the phone one just spent $600 on is useless because tmobile does not offer enough bandwidth for the phone to be used to its full capabilities.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_H4SADEZ6GDNQ5INS3B4INQFVHM Trevor

    All the mobile carriers cap the ‘unlimited’ amount of data speed per month at various levels.. and it’s reasonable to do so not only from a business perspective but in terms of ensuring all customers have adequate bandwidth.
    Those that complain about this are more like those who camp out at McDonalds or Starbucks, order one coffee, and stay as long as they’re open to suck at the free wifi tit. Misuse and abuse, clear and simple.
    To those that claim unlimited means ‘absolutely unrestricted’, then the speeds received should also be those capable by the phone – but they are not. They’re governed or throttled at the network side.

    • Monetsgirl28

       some of us don’t camp at McDonald’s for free wifi. there are many of us that buy smartphones for our business emails, gps functionality, web browsing for equipment specifications etc. not all of us are 15 year old kids hanging out at Mickey D’s playing words with friends, nor updating FB status every minute. this is something a salesperson needs to inform the buyer consumer…this shouldn’t come as a text surprise after only having a 4G phone for a month. and to think i almost bought the tablet !!!! ugh !!!!!!! rip off.

  • ollie

    There is netflix, streaming from youtube sites, and dropbox uploads/downloads. I am almost never at home, I’m a student. I hit 5gb without realizing it. It’s messed up, I really would rather have verizon. Maybe they’ll make it better when ATnT and Tmobile merge.

  • Killeralex68

    Ugh i hate only getting 5gb i use them up in the first week mostly youtube and netflix but this really sucks!!>:l

  • Slipstreamtuning

    I use up 5GB in two weeks easily. Between YouTube, Facebook, and apps requiring the constant refreshing of data, I get throttled on the monthly. Sucks, but what you gonna do? Guess their not making enough money off us to keep up with user demand.

  • Yaboiichan

    They can’t use the word unlimited and then limit your speed. Nobody reads the contracts. Isn’t that why they hire those sales people? Just hit my 5gig cap for first time. You can’t have an awesome phone with a 5gig cap, it wouldn’t be so awesome after that.

  • Manuich1

    I’ve been hit with this restriction but I know I’m not even close to 5GB of usage unless checking my work emails are included?????????????? 

  • Vdubbub86

    Man this sucks, I’ve been a tmo customer for 5 years and never had anything bad to say. Unfortunately now I will probably start looking for another provider… unlimited is unlikely. If they keep it up how will they plan to keep customers.

  • Williambenjaminjr

    Yep, reached my 5 g bandwith today 8/9/11 with 4 more days on the billing cycle.  S***s!!!  They sure didn’t mention the bandwith limitations when I bought my new G2.  Like the phone and since they updated the o/s its faster and more reliable.  Don’t like limitation.  If, as they say, only 1% excedes the 5 gigs, why the limit?

  • Adrian31361

    Ya I have a g2 and it slowed it down at 5gb its about. 10 times slower I get about 50 to 60kbs a sec I noticed it when I was downloading apps that was the normal speed. It sucks but I’m glad I’m grandfarthered into ther 80 a month unlimited plan because now they only offer 2gb of data for 50 and I won’t get charged for going over

  • Eddie22rodriguez

     reach tha 5gb in 2 days WTF !!!!!!!!!!!

  • Masterwoo82

    netflix. thats all i have to say i hit 5 gb’s with netflix. it’s nothing to do. the 5gb cap is dumb. now i cant even watch a show. and it’s only the 1st week of my billing cycle. this suck sprint is looking real good right about now.

  • Always_inspired27

    I watched 1.5 shows on neftlix and it said I used all my data… in less than 2 hours!!

  • Always_inspired27

    Guess my words with friends, twitter, and fb apps are eating up my gigs too smdh

  • Always_inspired27

    Guess my words with friends, twitter, and fb apps are eating up my gigs too smdh

  • Evan1576

    I’m a recently new tmo customer. I left Sprint for a faster network. Tmobile throttles, period. It happens whether u use tethering or hotspot. Any continuous stream will throttle after about 15 to 20 minutes of continous use. Is this normal for most networks? I didnt think I was hogging that much bandwidth, im just taking some online courses. My data usage is no where near 5G yet…

  • TMobile disgruntled customer

    this blows crap. i bought my new Samsung Galaxy S II last month and this month I am already crawling because i surpassed 5GB. This is all a bunch of crap. For people like me, who buy a smartphone is to use it, and I mean use the life out of it. 125k yahoo pages????? BS !!!!!  If I had realized this before hand (and I know I am about 2 yrs late on this info considering i was using the old MyTouch at 3G which couldn’t do much…I wouldn’t have spent $400 on a phone that I can’t use because if I use it to its capability, my speeds starts crawling. BS !!!! WTF they thought would happen when people switched to a 4G teethering phone????? BS BS BS BS BS BS BS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Monetsgirl28

     the bottom line is tmo does not have the bandwidth necessary to hold millions of customers using smartphones at 4g speeds…bullshit grand theft robbery. mofo’s after being with them since they were omnipoint…yes omnipoint bet most people can’t even remember them that’s how far i go…they come and sell me a 600 phone that can do at blazing speeds on an unlimited plan but forget to tell me once i reach 5gb (nothing in this day and age) that my unlimited data plan was going to be limited….sprint, here I come !!!

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