“As the presence of three ‘unlimited’ plans might indicate, none of these plans really offer unlimited data, but Above Unlimited at least offers the most not-unlimited data out of the three plans: you’re only subject to throttling after using 75GB of data a month, or 20GB of usage as a hot spot,” Kastrenakes writes. “After those limits, your plan is subject to throttling ‘in times of congestion’ until your allotment resets.”
“The new plan starts at $95 per month for a single line,” Kastrenakes writes. “That’s $10 more than the Beyond Unlimited Plan, which offers 22GB of data and 15GB of hot spot usage before throttling, and $20 more than Go Unlimited…”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: As original iPhone owners, we vaguely remember having an “Actual Unlimited” plan. Those days are long gone (having switched to Verizon as soon as they finally got the iPhone).
On, BTW: Some enterprising ambulance chaser should sue Verizon for false advertising.