This is for those using the high-speed data in Canada or Mexico.
T-Mobile has been an enticing choice for voyagers, and all things considered: in the event that you've set out to Canada or Mexico, you've had as much LTE data as you need without worrying about coming back to a huge telephone bill. The data services wouldn't be stopped after 5 GB however the 128 Kbps speed that you would get would make it impossible to use the data service. "Mobile Without Borders" was actually an extension of T-Mobile's worldwide data roaming free services that were introduced in 2013.
After years of floundering, T-Mobile has become a real threat to Verizon and AT&T by offering options that the latter carriers didn't. The company T-Mobile unveiled that from November 12, it will bind the unlimited LTE data to 5 GB monthly at the time of traveling to United States neighbors.
The Mobile Without Borders service first appeared as part of T-Mobile's Simple Choice plan in 2015, and it came as an extension to the company's worldwide roaming incentives. While the plan previously accommodated for unlimited data, now the carrier will be limiting that to just 5GB.
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T-Mobile has put the brakes on their popular North America voice and data plan, which offered American customers unlimited LTE roaming in Canada and Mexico. To stop the users from using "beyond the intent of the product" a capping has been applied to the usage of the monthly 4G LTE data. After you hit that 5GB data limit, you will be throttled to barely usable 128Kbps speeds, or 256Kbps for T-Mobile One Plus subscribers (this speed will still allow you sending texts on Facebook Messenger and Whatsapp, but little else). You can also check overall data usage by dialing the short code #WEB# on your device.
Additionally, those with topped plans can never again utilize their Data Stash while in Canada or Mexico.It's not surprising that T-Mobile would do this.
T-Mobile this week announced some changes to its "Mobile Without Borders" initiative.