I just switched from a fixed GB plan to the Go Unlimited plan because I need MORE data.
I missed the part where it says that hotspot speeds are capped at 600Kbps. Really Verizon? 600 Kbps? What year is this, 1990? Why do you cap it at such a low speed? There is absolutely no purpose, other than to anger customers or make them pay more for your overpriced service.
Many people use the hotspot for things like work. I can't even establish a decent RDP connection with 600 Kbps, and RDP uses relatively low bandwidth. It shouldn't matter what the source of the data usage is, if data is going through my phone, it should all be at one speed.
Verizon, you may lose another customer.