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Is mobile browsing affected by the 5GB cap?
John0619
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I've been looking around google lately and I saw people saying that when they we're tethering their phones or using a EVDO modem, There is a 5GB bandwidth cap per month. I don't use an external device to tether my connection, I just use the enV Touch's browser and watch YouTube... But I've been looking around google to see if non-tethering is affected by the 5GB limit. So is there a limit?
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Re: Is mobile browsing affected by the 5GB cap?
nmchileman
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For browsing directly on your mobile device (EnV Touch, Blackberry/Smartphone) there is NO 5GB cap. It is in fact truly unlimited. Besides 5GB is incredibly difficult to reach on a mobile device. More than likely you'll never even break 3GB.

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nmchileman
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For browsing directly on your mobile device (EnV Touch, Blackberry/Smartphone) there is NO 5GB cap. It is in fact truly unlimited. Besides 5GB is incredibly difficult to reach on a mobile device. More than likely you'll never even break 3GB.

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John0619
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nmchileman wrote:
For browsing directly on your mobile device (EnV Touch, Blackberry/Smartphone) there is NO 5GB cap. It is in fact truly unlimited. Besides 5GB is incredibly difficult to reach on a mobile device. More than likely you'll never even break 3GB.

Yeah I do agree to the fact 5GB is difficult to reach on a mobile phone... (specially since my phone is a battery devil when the EVDO starts transmitting data >_>).

Well the fact that mobile browsing does not have a 5GB cap is a relief to me since that is one less thing to worry abou since I'll never know if I get too addicted to internet browsing and vcast.

 

 

Thank you for your answer. :smileyhappy:

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