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    Uncarrier Amped on 6/25

    Just saw a tweet from Legere. It linked this video. https://amp.twimg.com/v/47045781-742...4-dc294da01f9a
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    To me it sounds like their gonna go back to the previous 9 uncarrier moves and add to them somehow.

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    I'm excited


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    My guess

    256 or (gasp) 384kbps international data


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    That would be wonderful. I wish they'd make the taxes and fees built in on post paid, maybe speed up the international data to what you suggested, and possible do the same for domestic data when you are throttled. Maybe increase the throttle to 256 or 512. Heck maybe even 1Mbps. That would be pretty cool


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    I think the free international data will include tethering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blaineh View Post
    That would be wonderful. I wish they'd make the taxes and fees built in on post paid, maybe speed up the international data to what you suggested, and possible do the same for domestic data when you are throttled. Maybe increase the throttle to 256 or 512. Heck maybe even 1Mbps. That would be pretty cool


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    That would be difficult because now you'd have to advertise 50 different sets of prices. Taxes and fees are based on your state.

    Prepaid isn't subject to those taxes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bjacks12 View Post
    That would be difficult because now you'd have to advertise 50 different sets of prices. Taxes and fees are based on your state.

    Prepaid isn't subject to those taxes.
    No I mean T-Mobile would advertise the same prices as they do now, but that would be all that we have to pay. T-Mobile would basically be absorbing the cost of the taxes and regulatory fees.

    Then again, if they did this, would prepaid even exist anymore?


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    All previous uncarrier moves to another level. Idk how you can bring contract, simple choice and music freedom to the next level.

    Wifi unleashed maybe have all calls free incoming and out anywhere

    Data stash to include tethering

    Global probably increase the amount throttled

    Test drive maybe include more phones and 14 days testing

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    Quote Originally Posted by mardukeme View Post
    I think the free international data will include tethering.
    I thought it already did, no?

    Although if it does I'm not sure who would want to tether on such a limited speed. But tethering here will also be heavily throttled once you reach your high speed limit so it will be good for basics such as email, documents, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by coorey View Post
    I thought it already did, no?

    Although if it does I'm not sure who would want to tether on such a limited speed. But tethering here will also be heavily throttled once you reach your high speed limit so it will be good for basics such as email, documents, etc.
    Believe it or not internet browsing will work reasonably well at those speeds provided you're not streaming.


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    I was able to tether while roaming in Canada but 1 Web page took minutes to load


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    Quote Originally Posted by coorey View Post
    I thought it already did, no?

    Although if it does I'm not sure who would want to tether on such a limited speed. But tethering here will also be heavily throttled once you reach your high speed limit so it will be good for basics such as email, documents, etc.
    Technically no, only the paid packages have tethering. But that would be nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by coorey View Post
    I thought it already did, no?
    No, it's right in the fine print:

    "Standard speeds approx. 128 Kbps. No tethering. "

    http://www.t-mobile.com/optional-ser...rnational.html

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