If you didn't hop on it, it's gone. The old 12,14,16,18 GB plans are gone too. So it's 15 GB for $100 or $150 for 20 GB and back to the extremely overpriced 30 GB-100 GB plans. Also stating the 10 GB and 15 GB are temporary too. You'd think Verizon would learn. One day T-Mobile and Sprint will actually have competitive networks what's Verizon going to then when they're offering unlimited data or at least much higher data caps for the same money? In a few years there will be virtually no difference in the networks. I guess they'll worry about that then.
People have been saying they will be competitive for the last 10 or so years. Nothing has changed, those 2 will always be behind the ball no matter what happens
The fact is T-Mobile and Sprint are finally improving their networks. Verizon may tout 1.5 million added connections in their Q3 report but 2/3 were tablets. Not exactly the same as adding a new phone acount.
Right, but if they only improve it a tiny little amount like they are doing, it's irrelevant. Not to mention the People that leave them due to their deceptive billing and service routes.
Well I now a year ago T-Mobile couldn't reach 1/3 of the US now it's 1/4. By mid next year it will be down to 20%. we'll see if T_Mobile gets any AWS spectrum in the auction next week. Also they could team up with Dish Network.
Last I checked they only reach like 1/3rd of the US. And all that is Major Cities. Hell they don't have service within 100 miles of me even
T-Mobile says it reaches 250 million as of their 3rd quarter report. That's 80%
We’re now on track to cover 280 million people with 4G LTE by mid-2015, and, I’m telling you today, we expect to hit the 300 million mark by the end of 2015.
If they can hit that 300 million they basically have matched Verizon in coverage,.