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    Cricket gets 8 Mbps, which is more than sufficient for virtually anything.

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    Really? I thought they were 2G speeds like T-MOBILE international roaming. I stand corrected.

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    Best Canadian prepaid for American making short infrequent trips

    from T-mobile's website. Speeds in Canada and Mexico are not throttled (at least on postpaid)
    https://www.t-mobile.com/optional-services/roaming.html

    "With T-Mobile ONE will I get the same high-speed network experience now internationally, as I do here at home in the U.S.?

    When you travel abroad you will have unlimited LTE data at 128kbps, which is great for web browsing, e-mail, social media and occasional use of certain features like GPS/maps. Some applications like streaming music or video typically require high-speed data for optimal functionality. If you travel internationally frequently and require a higher speed for $25/mo you can add T-Mobile ONE+ and get 256kbps speeds abroad.

    When you travel to Mexico and Canada your phone will work like it does at home. You get unlimited 4G LTE data and unlimited calling and texting when you’re in Mexico and Canada, just like in the U.S. Plus, you get unlimited calling to Mexico and Canada from the U.S. for FREE. To learn more, please click here."
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    It's pretty clear American carriers offer better rates in Canada than Canadian carriers offer.

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