T-mobile Clarifies Phone Data Cap

T-Mobile clarifies phone data cap

T-Mobile has clarified its policy on mobile data use after anger from its customers that it had slashed the amount they could use by up to 80%.

Senh: Great, they turn one of their major advantages into a disadvantage. I knew it was just a matter of time before they follow AT&T and Verizon with the data caps. I'm glad I don't watch a lot of online videos.

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