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No "unlimited" plan here allows you to use an endless amount of LTE data across the board with no penalties.
Instead, each carrier warns that it may slow your speeds if you use a certain amount of data in a month and live in an area of congestion.
The cable and Internet provider spelled out the details Thursday on the wireless service that CEO Brian Roberts announced in September.
The newly branded Xfinity Mobile service leverages Verizon Wireless' network and launches mid-year.
Everything old is new again, and unlimited data plans are back in vogue.
After months of tweaks and updates, the unlimited plans from all four of the major mobile carriers in the US seem to be in a relatively stable place.
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Plus, you’ll have access to voice and text in over 200 countries with a SIM card.
Wireless carriers use the word "unlimited" in a misleading way.
Other service providers use fiber optics in the network backbone and existing copper or coax infrastructure for residential users.
Where available, select Verizon Wireless stores also sell Fios services, similar to AT&T offering Direc TV and U-verse services in its wireless stores.
Each plan also limits what you can do with that data when it comes to things like mobile hotspots, international usage, and the like.
And the situation only gets worse when you look at the restrictions imposed on unlimited plans from mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs) like Boost Mobile and Cricket Wireless, or on the prepaid "unlimited" plans from the major carriers themselves.During this time there were talks of developing a fiber optic based service.