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"Verizon was able to make a name for itself with the availability of its coverage. AT&T was able to make a name for itself with the speed of its coverage," Shimmin said. "T-Mobile is trying to ferret that out with the data availability being their differentiator. But Sprint has been pulling on that chain for quite a while."
Shimmin said the timing is right for T-Mobile's unlimited 4G data plans. But there is yet another trend that could shake up the unlimited trend -- and Verizon and AT&T are already on the bandwagon: allowing for multiple devices on the same account with the same bandwidth allotment.
"I think we are staring really hard at a coming tsunami of multiple devices per person," Shimmin said. "People have two, three or even four devices if you could add their laptops and whatnot. They want to consolidate and share the data they have access to as well as the network."
Posted: 2012-09-09 @ 2:44pm PT
May not be a cap per se, but I'm betting like most plans, once you hit a certain amount of data usage, you are bumped down a level to 3G or 2G service.
Posted: 2012-09-08 @ 2:51pm PT
Everything has a cap; not one plan listed no cap.