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Mobile puts a cap on high-speed data roaming in Canada, Mexico

Mobile puts a cap on high-speed data roaming in Canada, Mexico

We all know that "unlimited" really isn't unlimited though and when the T-Mobile One plan debuted it had a cap of 32GB of use per month before data prioritization. T-Mobile added a perk called "Mobile Without Borders" back in 2015 that allowed anyone with a ONE or ONE Plus plan to use full-speed LTE data while roaming in Canada or Mexico. T-Mobile says it will throttle the customer to 128Kbps with the exception of T-Mobile ONE Plus customers, who will receive 256Kbps speeds. Starting on 12 November, the LTE speed will drop to 256Kbps for Oneplus users and 128Kbps for other users after the daily limit has been reached. While 5GB is a healthy amount for a short trip, it's still going to change your behavior - you may end up using hotel WiFi when you can instead of relying exclusively on cellular data.

After years of floundering, T-Mobile has become a real threat to Verizon and AT&T by offering options that the latter carriers didn't.

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T-Mobile customers can track their LTE usage in Canada and Mexico by dialing the short code #WEB# on their phone. It's not unlimited LTE but it appears subscribers have been consuming large amounts.

On November 12, T-Mobile will be adjusting the initial Mobile without Borders offer so that customers will only have access to 5GB of LTE data when traveling overseas in Mexico or Canada. This plan was offered only for U.S. citizens with a One or One Plus Mobile. All the same, this does limit T-Mobile's appeal to jetsetters.

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"Less than 1% of people with this benefit travel to Mexico and Canada and use over 5GB a month", it said. For those in that one percent, this is no doubt a disappointing turn of events. The company will also send you an alert when you've used up 80 percent and 100 percent of your LTE data.

If you have any more queries on the change and how it will reflect on your mobile usage, you can check the dedicated T-Mobile FAQ page to get all the answers.

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