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Re: Taking prepaid hotspot to postpaid plan

boringusername
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There are people that show they have used 1 TB in a month with no issues. Your plan exists until Verizon says that it doesn't. it's not guaranteed forever. is it close to $65 a month? And once again Verizon doesn't throttle. Deprioritization is not throttling

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Re: Taking prepaid hotspot to postpaid plan

MadScientist42
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What do you think having a phone that sees 40 Mbits down and 10 up and a

Prepaid Jetpack that MIGHT see 3-4 Mbits down at the same time?

Prioritized? Your understanding of the meaning and mine are Quite a bit

different. THAT is basically throttled.

On Mon, Feb 18, 2019, 3:59 PM boringusername <forums@verizonwireless.com>

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Re: Taking prepaid hotspot to postpaid plan

MadScientist42
Miembro

Oh, and this DOES this selfsame thing out in the country...where I get the

same story on BOTH devices.

Please don't insult my intelligence and years of Network Engineering

experience by repeating the same rubbish.

Just because Verizon ( Who'd Jokingly been called Bohica Communications the

Christmas party before they changed branding... Yes, I was an insider)

said it wasn't?

They have an agreement with the FCC to not lock out rooting and custom

firmware for their B-Block auction LTE bands. They don't honor that either.

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