Mobile kills unlimited data usage when traveling to Canada and Mexico

Mobile kills unlimited data usage when traveling to Canada and Mexico

Mobile kills unlimited data usage when traveling to Canada and Mexico

In order to prevent usage beyond the intent of the product, we implemented a limit on the amount of monthly 4G LTE data. The data services wouldn't be stopped after 5 GB however the 128 Kbps speed that you would get would make it impossible to use the data service.

The company T-Mobile has provided the information about usage breakdowns on its official website that is visible to all people. T-Mobile One customers that don't want to take a chance with the data cap can get unlimited high-speed worldwide LTE for an extra $25 per month. After the users have exceeded 80% of the 5GB limit, they will be sent an alert message from T-Mobile.

It's not astonishing at all if T-Mobile took this step as the network still pays roaming costs.

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In 2015, T-Mobile (subsidiaries of the German telecommunications company Deutsche Telekom AG) broadcasted its Un-carrier movement called "Mobile without Borders" under which unlimited calling, texting was offered to the customers and LTE date to Canada and Mexico that has been a tempting alternative for most of the travelers. T-Mobile has recently announced that, from 12th November, it will top the no-additional-charge LTE data to a maximum of 5GB every month while you're going to the US' neighbors.

The change affects all customers on T-Mobile One, Simple Choice, and legacy rate plans. If you pass your 5GB allotment, you'll be throttled, with speeds restricted, allowing up to just 128kbps, or 256kbps, if on the T-Mobile ONE Plus plan.

T-Mobile has put the brakes on their popular North America voice and data plan, which offered American customers unlimited LTE roaming in Canada and Mexico. Also, those with capped plans can no longer use their Data Stash while in Canada or Mexico (though any unused data will carry over).

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