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28th July 2014, 09:39 PM   |  #1  
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so im thinking about changing from verizon to tmobile because i really want unlimited data back (nfl sunday ticket). was just wanting some opinions from anyone else that made this switch in the central ohio area or has been with tmobile in the central ohio area.. how's the coverage? you hear good and bad, sounds like it's on the up in the recent years and future but theres nothing like the actual customers opinions.
29th July 2014, 12:44 PM   |  #2  
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verizon is the only carrier that has the nfl ticket viewable on the smart devices like phones and tabs.. so even if you did change for tmo. youd still lose the other option. or mix and match verizon tab with tmo smartphone with tethering unlocked throught roooting. really up to you
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The NFL Sunday ticket app from DirecTV is available and works great on T-Mobile.
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29th July 2014, 03:37 PM   |  #4  
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Also remember after a certain amount of data usage T-Mobile does begin to slow down data speeds to 2G
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verizon is the only carrier that has the nfl ticket viewable on the smart devices like phones and tabs.. so even if you did change for tmo. youd still lose the other option. or mix and match verizon tab with tmo smartphone with tethering unlocked throught roooting. really up to you

I think you're thinking of NFL mobile. I have DirecTV and NFL Sunday ticket like the person below.





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Also remember after a certain amount of data usage T-Mobile does begin to slow down data speeds to 2G

Even with the unlimited 4g plan? I thought speeds were only throttled when you had, ie: 1gb of 4g data, then it would be unlimited after that but on the slower network.

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30th July 2014, 06:26 AM   |  #6  
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I'm on T-Mobile and they do not slow down data if your on the $80 unlimited plan

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I'm in Toledo and the LTE works great!

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Butler county Ohio. T-Mobile purchased aws spectrum from Verizon at 2100 mhz. Spoke to an engineer. Gave me his cell number and said to let me know how things are working. Really nice guy. He said volte is live in butler county also.

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