Thanks Matt ... I'm going to go out on a limb here and suggest what the
problem is. Verizon continues to be the leader among internet service
providers when it comes to coverage. They were forced into bringing back
unlimited plans, two years ago, primarily by the way T-Mobile was
disrupting the industry. Every since that decision was made, Verizon has
been trying to find ways to limit useage. My guess is that their system
had been overwhelmed by the "unlimited" plans.
I could be wrong, but it's beginning to look like a corporate decision to
quasi throttle the JetPack unlimited plans ... simply to make it more
difficult to use the data, but still offer the coverage for competitive
purposes. I think they know exactly what they're doing, and they've been
found out. We shall see ...