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Re: Unlimited-The Definition

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It is just a word and the FCC does not really care when Verizon and other carriers specifically DEFINE what they mean by their various "unlimited data" plans, which in THIS case means "unlimited data", NOT "unlimited speed". Otherwise, it would be IMPOSSIBLE for any carrier to EVER use that word. You CANNOT give an example of a plan Verizon could possibly offer which would adhere to the "strict" definition you have listed above.

The word "unlimited" may mean "without limits", but you are adding another word to the equation which in this case happens to be "data", so in fact simply adding that additional word means you are LIMITING it to data only.