Originally Posted by mattlgroff
If I'm using my phone for torrenting GNU/Linux ISO's and streaming Netflix ANYWAY and using 60GB a month, why does it matter if I tethered to my computer and used the same amount of data? -_- I pay for unlimited, who gives a crud what device I use it on.
I agree with the what difference should it make on how I use it. But why kill the goose that's laying the gold eggs!
Let's face the facts, the only reason T-Mobile is offering unlimited data is for promotional purposes. Once they reach their goal it will all cease, because they will have more users than capacity. They'll be in the same boat as Sprint.
Just last night I was throttled down to 2g and I've only used 350 mb of the 5GB high speed data plan. I've really noticed the slow down speeds since all of the promotions. I can see occasionally using big number data but a steady diet will kill all of us, then were do we go?
Don't just say thanks.... HIT THANKS BUTTON.... if I helped you