Sprint will be modifying their Terms of Service (TOS) agreement come July 13 to reflect the company’s new stance on unlimited wireless broadband data usage. Whether your cruising the internet superhighway or downloading the latest episode of Grey’s Anatomy, Sprint figures you’ll be good to go with 5GB worth of data on their unlimited wireless broadband data plan.
Apparently, Sprint “reserves the right to limit throughput speeds or amount of data transferred and to deny, terminate, modify, or suspend service” once that 5GB data cap is reached. But, the good news is that a modification to Sprint’s TOS could make a strong argument for you to cancel your contract without an ETF. Hey, there’s no harm in trying.
So, July 13 will leave wireless data users without a true “unlimited” data plan from any of the Big Three wireless carriers in the US. The question is, will Sprint be limiting their WiMAX data network in the same way? Hopefully not.
[Via: Engadget Mobile]