T-Mobile’s Un-carrier X rumored to focus on streaming video


UPDATE: Another source of Evan’s says that Un-carrier X might offer unlimited video streaming over 4G without using up your LTE data first.

UPDATE 2: John Legere has responded to the Un-carrier X rumors with a short message: “Keep trying ;-))”

UPDATE 3: And now Evan Blass has fired back with more info on the service: It’s reportedly called BingeOn and it supports Netflix, HBO, Hulu, and Sling, all of which may offer discounts.


ORIGINAL: Just a couple of days after T-Mobile officially announced that its Un-carrier X move for November 10, details on what that move might be have leaked.

Prominent leaker Evan Blass says that Un-carrier X will enable “unlimited high speed data for watching select video services.” The full list of streaming services that’ll be included remains to be seen, but Blass does specifically name Netflix and HBO as being a part of Un-carrier X.

Given T-Mobile and John Legere’s teases about Un-carrier X, it’s no surprise to hear that the next big Un-carrier move will be focused on movies and other video content. It sounds like Music Freedom, but for movies. Streaming movies from Netflix and HBO is likely going to be much more data intensive than streaming music, which might lead some to raise concerns about the quality of the service. T-Mobile has advertised its network as being “designed data-strong,” in the past, though, and I wouldn’t be surprised if this came up in some way during the announcement.

So what do you think of this leak? Does it make you excited for Un-carrier X?

Source: @evleaks

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  • Mike Palomba

    This is going to murder the network

    • besweeet

      Maybe not, so long as they implement some big QoS rules for it.

      • Medion

        Which would piss off the net neutrality crowd. This is a very complex issue.

        • besweeet

          Are people still complaining about how only the big players are whitelisted?

        • nycplayboy78

          Very complex indeed…Look at what just happened in the EU Parliament where they voted to allow for so-called “Fast Lanes”….UGH….

        • maximus1901

          Net neutrality crowd can buy tmo shares and change policy that way or F off.

        • TaylorW86

          I don’t see how this affects net neutrality because there is ample competition in the cellular market. If a customer doesn’t like T-Mobile’s policy then they can switch to any of their numerous competitors. The same can not be said for the ISP market, in most locations there are 2 or less options.

        • maximus1901

          QoS is for the health of network, not for commercial reasons.

        • ThatsMrtoyou

          Net neutrality is government over reach. The EU is another government that tries to bully companies.

        • Medion

          We’l have to disagree. Net neutrality is the principal that you have to treat all data over a consumer network as being equal. You can’t pick favorites. All the government is doing is setting a regulation (like a law) stating that you cannot violate this principal.

          That’s no more overreach than the government making murder illegal.

  • landale

    This is a terrible idea if it’s just unlimited video streaming. I could see maybe having the first couple GB not counting against the high speed total but just letting people stream Netflix all day causes more harm than good.

    • taxandspend

      Yeah, like a movie per month. Unlimited would be a bad idea. This is a rumor, so hopefully it’s wrong.

  • Kris

    The masses have been speculating that each next uncarrier move (since last year) would be some form of unlimited video similar to music freedom. Interesting that Evan says the same about Uncarrier X.

    I’m skeptical about this for a lot of reasons, some of which have already been mentioned:
    – If Netflix gsts whitelisted, what will be the motivation for customers to pay more for a larger data package?
    – On top of that, the network is in for a helluva ride unless the ‘free’ video is limited in quality -and- QoS’d into oblivion.

    I don’t see the business nor network advantages are by doing this, but I could be wrong.

    • maximus1901

      You’re not wrong. TMO can’t survive with the lowest ARPU and also the highest network costs.

    • lynyrd65

      T-mobile likely intends to get rid of unlimited LTE plans soon. This would ease the pain of doing that.

      I also wouldn’t expect users to change their viewing patterns immediately because their plans change. Sounds like the tail wagging the dog there.

      One of my coworkers who has T-Mobile didn’t know about music freedom until I told him about it a couple months ago.

    • peteynice

      I think it would be like the Canada/Mexico one where existing users need to pay more to “upgrade” to a compatible plan. It would also tee up getting rid of unlimited.

  • emcdonald75

    I was hoping for nationwide roaming with unlimited talk and unlimited data or unlimited talk and 5GB of data roaming each month. For us rural customers, coverage and pricing means more than anything. Unlimited video streaming is going to hurt their data network. I would have accepted a merger with Comcast for bundling (as long as T-Mobile remains in control of operations), before an unlimited video streaming Uncarrier move. Especially since Comcast has announced that they are participating in the incentive auction next year.

    • g

      5GB of data roaming? That has to be the most ridiculous comment I have ever seen.

      • emcdonald75

        Despite the 300 million POPs coverage area T-Mobile advertises, I still drive to and visit many places with no coverage by T-Mobile or even roaming coverage.

        • Fabian Cortez

          All 300 million POPs are not created equally.

          There are nearly 330 million people in this country.

        • emcdonald75

          Which is why I advocate for the roaming. The network is strange too, like other carrier networks, I suppose. I can have full 4G LTE bars outside and walk into Sam’s and have literally 1 bar of EDGE or no coverage at all. All I did was walk across the door into the store. How can that be? I can understand a degradation of signal, but a complete loss of signal. Just wow!

        • steveb944

          In building penetration, and the materials used in the building, it’s been like that forever. Only recently with these lower bands are they finally improving with that. I’m just glad the stores I frequent have WiFi whenever that happens.

          Honestly if it’s so bad just switch and come back once it’s better. AT&T will never play nice.

        • emcdonald75

          When I had AT&T U-Verse, I could use the WiFi fine, but now I have Xfinity, the WiFi will not connect. It’s not that big of a deal, it is just irritating whenever you need to use the Internet or make a call, I have to step outside and then go back in the store when finished looking up something or talking on the phone. I thought Comcast Xfinity would have some deal in place with Walmart for Wifi? I guess not. I have been looking at Verizon’s new 18GB plan ($100 + $20 phone line + EIP for phone) which is all I would need. I just wish I could get a 25% discount instead of only a 15% one. Lol.

        • maximus1901

          sprint has in-market roaming. tmo doesn’t.

        • Fabian Cortez

          It doesn’t just happen on T-Mobile.

          Have you even tried AT&T and/or Verizon?

        • emcdonald75

          Yes I have. Verizon was the best signal, but I liked the qualities of GSM better. Then Tmobile started to improve service and signal with their Uncarrier moves so I left AT&T to give them a shot. I didn’t care at all until Sam’s closed in my area and moved. So in this new area is where I experience this. The coverage map says excellent LTE coverage but when you walk into Sams, no coverage. The Sam’s in my area had a perfect signal, but like I said before, it changed locations. People with AT&T, Verizon and C-Spire have great signals inside the Sam’s. I don’t know about Sprint because my only friend with Sprint just left them to go to AT&T. Different stores give different results. What is so strange about this website is that people write about their experiences, but they are attacked, ridiculed or deemed untrusting to offer their experiences if it doesn’t fit the some narrative that T-Mobile is perfect. I can only give the experience I have. Overall I have been satisfied with T-Mobile. I must have been satisfied with them, I have been a customer for over 3 years, but it is worth noting that improvements in coverage are still needed.

        • Fabian Cortez

          Your opinion and experience are yours.

          The problem is when you take that opinion and experience and use it as an example of the entire network. “You” being used in general of course. Not necessarily you, emcdonald75.

          And yes, cellular service is very site-specific in nature. No carrier works everywhere perfectly so you have to go with the carrier that works best for you.

          I only brought up the duopoly just for reference. I’ve tried them in my area and they offered no increased benefit to me for the price, overages, and lack of service in areas where T-Mobile faired well.

        • emcdonald75

          I didn’t generalized. I clearly said when I walked into Sam’s. How can that experience relate to the entire network? Also there are many places I drive to with no T-Mobile coverage or even roaming coverage, but once again I was speaking solely on my experience. Other places may have roaming coverage or even perfect T-Mobile coverage. Heck for the most part, I have great T-Mobile coverage. My only problems with coverage usually relate to when I walk into some stores or some buildings, like the hospital. Hear me out. I am not talking about ALL buildings/stores or the entire network. I will have to start using disclaimers when I talk about my network experiences. Honestly, I think low band coverage would help with in building coverage but Cspire has all of the 700MHz A block spectrum in my entire state of Mississippi.

        • Fabian Cortez

          I didn’t generalized. I clearly said when I walked into Sam’s. How can that experience relate to the entire network? Also there are many places I drive to with no T-Mobile coverage or even roaming coverage, but once again I was speaking solely on my experience.

          Reread my comment.

        • emcdonald75


    • maximus1901

      5GB roaming is insane. TMO is charged by ATT $0.1/MB -> $100/GB -> $500/5GB.
      Stop smoking the glue.

      • emcdonald75

        Who says it has to be AT&TT only? I just threw out a number. Anything 1GB or above is better than 50MB per month.

        • maximus1901

          REALITY says it has to be ATT: No other carrier has GSM or compatible LTE coverage where TMO has no coverage.
          US Cell has B12 but you need B12+VoLTE phones. ATT has nationwide 850MHz HSPA – except for a few areas – and nationwide B12/17 LTE making them the only choice in most places TMO has no coverage.

        • emcdonald75

          My REALITY of experience reveals that there are many places AT&T has coverage but T-Mobile has none, which means no roaming is occurring. I am pushing for many of these regional or smaller carriers to allow T-Mobile voice and data roaming access on LTE using the CCA Data Roaming Hub, whenever it becomes operational. We all know AT&T charges high roaming rates; heck, they charge high cellular plan rates too. This is why I indicated that roaming can be a collaboration of a multitude of roaming partners, not just AT&T.

        • Alex Hutchins

          I’d mention Wyoming, Iowa, and some other places in the west where T-Mobile does not roam on AT&T. However T-Mobile doesn’t apply the roaming data cap to those partners; it’s as if you were on T-Mobile’s network. But the point remains, AT&T is NOT the only carrier T-Mobile roams on.

        • maximus1901

          I do think that we should be allowed to buy extra roaming data. Even throttled 128kbps 50MB it goes fast.

  • Thatguy

    Offer free streaming through Showbox… That how you kill of the cable companies

    • Frankwhitess

      Listen man… Silence with mentioning showbox… As a matter of fact, delete that comment… Don’t need the feds or the haters to ruin this sweet thing!

  • This sounds bad in so many ways.

    * Net neutrality violation. No chance they’ll ever cover every single service. When will my personal Subsonic server ever get exemptions under Music Freedom / Movie Freedom?
    * Data strain. It sounds “too good to be true” for everyone to stream unlimited movies.
    * Profit loss. Streaming is a big reason for people to get more data, or pay for unlimited. This would just drive up costs and reduce profit.
    * Artificial scarcity. So music and movies don’t count… what does? Mostly pictures or attachments in email and social media now. What if I want to use my data for something OTHER than music/movies? Why do music/movies get a free pass? (Again, see: net neutrality.)

    • Acdc1a

      You can use the data in your bucket how you see fit. This doesn’t use your bucket. I fail to see how it violates net government meddling.

      • Yes, but certain uses are exempt. That means all data is not equal. This has nothing to do with government.

    • randomnerd_number38

      I’m willing to bet that this WILL be video freedom, but it won’t be what everyone thinks. Unlike with Music Freedom, video data WILL count towards data usage. After people use up their buckets, video will still work but be throttled to force the video apps onto lower-quality streams. 1mbps would probably be enough.

    • Fabian Cortez

      The FCC has no issue with zero metering.

      • maximus1901

        as long as there’s no kickbacks. otherwise it’s indistinguishable from a fast lane.

      • Yes, but net neutrality proponents do. The FCC hasn’t adopted net neutrality, only some of its aspects.

  • randomnerd_number38

    There’s a way to do this without letting people go crazy. It’s very simple- throttle video services.

    The way it would work is:

    1) video data DOES count towards your data
    2) after you use your data bucket, approved video services are throttled less than other data. I.e. 1mbps for video, 128kbps for all other data.

    It’s so happening

    • maximus1901

      I could see this. I used to have verizon with iphone 4 and with 1mbps, it’s possible to watch video on 3.5″ screen. It’s still gonna affect the network MAJORLY. TMO can’t keep on exempting huge amounts of traffic.

  • dontsh00tmesanta

    How is this not against net neutrality

    • maximus1901

      TMO doesn’t make any money off it. No kickbacks from netflix.

      • dontsh00tmesanta

        Loopholes huh

        • KlausWillSeeYouNow

          How is this bad? Seriously? So tired of hearing people bellyache about Net Neutrality, especially if they have no idea of what that actually means.

        • dontsh00tmesanta

          That sucks for you bro

      • Fabian Cortez

        Not to mention the fact that we don’t know the full details.

        It could be similar to music freedom whereas they keep adding new services.

        So with that said, the net neutrality crowd can get off of their imaginary soap boxes.

    • Robert

      It’s not against bet neutrality for the reason stated, but it is a slippery slope when corporations start deciding what data qualifies as special data and which does not.

      Legere is backdooring his customers into believing some data is special compared to other data, and unfortunately it will prove maybe other data should be “more special.”

      • maximus1901

        but if he’s not making any money off of the exemptions, then tmo gets no incentive to favor one video service vs another; they’re simply gonna exempt the ones which are ALREADY popular on their network.
        If a service is popular , people will view it on cellular, data cap or not; just a matter of how much they consume on lte.

    • name

      i’m no expert on net neutrality but my understanding of it is that it creates so call “fast lanes” which companies like netflix or google will have to pay the isp for access to or access to their website is slow down. if the rumors are true and tmo is rolling out video unlimited and it works like music unlimited then all they’re doing is exempting some video services from counting against your existing cap. they are not slowing your access to any sites.

  • Daniel Marchand

    As long as YouTube is included I’m a happy camper.

    • maximus1901

      It is included. it’s called unlimited data plan.

      • Daniel Marchand

        Which I’m not on… you can say the same for music freedom to… . My freakin’ point is IF it truly is Video Freedom I hope they include You Tube, if it’s not oh well whatever. I have no need for unlimited data, nor do I wish my bill to be $30 extra per line to upgrade them…

        • Scott Weaver

          I hope it’s not Video Freedom. I don’t want all you cheapskates streaming Netflix all day slowing down the network. If you want more data pay for it. T-Mobile is already cheap enough.

        • Daniel Marchand

          Fair enough, I am a cheapskate… We have 4 lines at 2.5gb, a tablet with 3gb (data match), and unlimited international calling on whole account… Bill pre EIP and taxes is $97.55 or 19.55 a line if you count the tablet… If I wanted to pay a lot for phone service is be with Verizon or att…

          And again I don’t care if it is or isn’t video freedom, just saying if it is don’t just make it exempt for HBO and Netflix… Personally I agree it seems like it would strain the network if it isn’t limited or throttled somehow.

        • Kiwini

          Be more worried about the stress that would put on the network. Sounds good on paper but if leads to network congestion, that would set Tmobile way back

      • Kiwini

        Up until what 20gb?

        • maximus1901

          At >23GB, you’ll be slowed if and only if
          1) you’re connected to a congested tower
          2) for the duration of the congestion

        • Willie D

          3) at all sites for the rest of the month. Read the terms better

        • maximus1901

          Unlimited high-speed data customers who use more than 23 GB of data in a bill cycle will have their data usage de-prioritized compared to other customers for that bill cycle at locations and times when competing network demands occur, resulting in relatively slower speeds.


        • ThatsMrtoyou

          Willie, its only for the duration that you are connected to a congested tower…. Read the phuckin thing

        • Hiro

          I know several people that, due to HD video streaming and their phone being their computer, they’re constantly hitting 50+ GB each month. Neither of them ever complain about being throttled. It’s only when your tower you’re connected to is backed up due to high usage.

        • ThatsMrtoyou

          Nope, I use more than 50gb of data every month, never been throttled one time

  • Bryck

    Wow!! I wonder if it’s going to be an extra paying feature addition to one’s plan. Nevertheless it’s great for people that don’t have great home Internet access, or their connection isn’t the smoothest. Kooodooos to Tmo. I’m sure that Neville and is camp have figured a way to do this without destroying the network.

  • lynyrd65

    i suggested a while back that T-Mobile make an Unlimited Nationwide LTE plan for tablets but this would work just as well or better.

    Unlimited Video steaming on my iPad would be so badass.

  • Mike

    It s gonna be unlimited YouTube if anything netflix and hbo is gonna cause big time congestion

    • That’s what I was thinking.

  • jj201367

    Video streaming

  • I’ll be interested to see if Movies & TV, formerly Xbox Video, will be part of this streaming freedom T-Mobile is talking up on Uncarrier 10.

  • Jon Krugerud

    Your update to this article makes no sense cause when you buy date from any carrier your not buying just “LTE” data your buying “high speed data” so it doesnt matter if your on the “LTE” network or “EDGE” network i can use up my “high speed data”. plus even if that statement were true im in a LTE/EDGE only zone no 4g so what i get screwed.

    • taron19119

      Nope your still on LTE but its going to be at a slower speed

    • idisestablish

      You’re making a distinction between LTE and 4G like they’re two different things, but LTE is just a specific type of 4G. He’s saying that video streaming will be high speed without coming out of your high speed bucket. It could have been worded better to avoid confusion, but what he said isn’t incorrect.

  • Kiwini

    Sounds too good to be true without some limits.. What would you need lots of data if all streaming were included

  • kgraham182

    Metro PCS had a plan opposite of this several years ago, where they offer unlimited 4G LTE data w/ 1GB being allotted to multimedia for $45/50. A way to get around the 1GB multimedia limit was to connect to a VPN and hide your usages. If this is true that T-Mobile is offering unlimited music and video, people could downgrade to a lower plan and save some change.
    I assume everybody on this blog is on a unlimited plan, would you downgrade?

    • maximus1901

      no. i have unlimited family. 3 lines, $140+$15 taxes.
      never giving it up.

    • taron19119

      I thing your going to have to be on a certain plan just like you have to be on a certain plan for data stash

    • ThatsMrtoyou

      Even with VPN use, they will use a proxy and slow the speed down

  • Tom@L

    i pray they dont congest the network with these type of promotions. Unlimited music is fine since music doesnt consumer as much data but videos are a different equation. Already I am seeing lower speeds in NYC compared to last year. I dont want it to be come unusable.

    • Fabian Cortez

      To think that T-Mobile is done with their network upgrades would be shortsighted.

      Densification will continue in an effort to keep up with the millions of subscribers additions per quarter.

      • Tom@L

        well I am getting around 10 to 15 mbps average in middle of Brooklyn these days whereas getting 30mbps + was the norm in peak hours. So definitely densification is not outpacing subscriber growth.

        • Fabian Cortez


          That’s why I said “in an effort to keep up.”

          But to think they’re satisfied and sitting around doing nothing with the network doesn’t make sense.

          They’re clearly committed to network quality.

        • triangle8

          Sorry, but you’re wrong about densification. Neville Ray said yesterday in this meeting {https://twitter.com/JohnLegere/status/659412585196986372} that they didn’t have to densify because they already have a more dense network than Verizon and AT&T and had spectrum that they could refarm, along with having a superior spectrum position on a per subscriber basis. They are focused on 700Mhz deployment, so you may get some benefit from that, but don’t expect a lot of new cell sites near you anytime soon…

        • Fabian Cortez

          That doesn’t mean they won’t densify as needed.

          To say that T-Mobile knows exactly how their cell sites are going to handle the increase in traffic is shortsighted.

          There are select areas in my markets that need densification due to the influx of new subs.

          No matter which way you put it, T-Mobile will need to densify/split cells or risks subscribers losses in those areas.

        • aantoine87

          a year ago tmobile was in 4th place, way more ppl on the network now

        • Greg Victor

          I’m in Brooklyn too and still getting really fast download speeds. My speed tests via the ookla app are consistently showing download speeds of 45 Mbps. Btw, I’m in south Brooklyn by sunset.

        • Tom@L

          I am in midwood area and it is quite inconsistent around here. It is also inconsistent around Lower Manhattan near my office. Used to be much better before. Maybe they are working with the towers. I dont know. I prefer tmobile as it is now. Dont want them to bring in too much users and congest the network, like Verizon faced in NYC before they launched wideband XLTE. It was pathetic during that time when I had line with verizon.

        • The funny part is other than a speed test there’s no difference in user experience between 15 Mbps and 30 Mbps. But I get your point.

        • ThatsMrtoyou

          Brett, you nailed it perfectly

        • Right? Speed tests are kinda meaningless after a point. I think Metro PCS is the best deal in wireless, “unlimited” for $55 is awesome even if it’s a little slower (as long as you live somewhere T-Mo covers well).

  • maestroalvarez

    John Legere on Twitter: “the “leaks” and “guesses” start flying.” Free movie streaming during flights for T-Mobile Customers on GoGo? Hmmmmm … Another possibility is free text and calling while on planes using GoGo Text N Talk. Just brainstorming here… Keep ’em coming!

  • besweeet

    It’ll use your “4G” bucket before dipping into LTE territory? That’ll confuse people even more.

    • maximus1901

      if they have enough hspa for video streaming then they should refarm that pcs to lte.
      makes zero sense.

      • ThatsMrtoyou

        Educate your self on this technology

  • Abhi

    Love the idea, not complaining myself, but doesn’t this go against net neutrality?

    • chriz

      Yes, it does, but helps people in the interim of debacle on the subject. When it comes down to it, they are still there to make money and make a profit, and are the “lesser” of corporate evils.

      • Scoop003

        No, it doesn’t, because T-Mobile isn’t taking money from companies to get them on the list of services that don’t count against the cap. If they were, then it’d be against net neutrality. Which is what AT&T wanted to do.

    • Brad

      No, because companies aren’t paying to be a part of this and, as with music, anyone can sign up. I’m not sure the details of the unannounced thing, but this has been an argument over and over and over regarding music…

    • ThatsMrtoyou

      Not at all….net neutrality was created to censor content. The government sold it to the American people that they were protecting people from evil companies. LoL, the govt is the biggest thief and bully. It also allows the govt to tax the shit out of it too. Net neutrality doesn’t need to exist

  • steveb944

    It needs quite a few limitations. But it’s a welcome addition with companies like Comcast going after cable cutters and streamers by applying data caps on home internet.

    • Abhi

      Didn’t really think about that, but I suppose that may be the reason why Comcast was “testing” data caps in certain areas earlier.

  • Thomas White

    I’ve been critical about this site here lately but I have to say Alex brought the heat this week. thank you

  • mingkee

    How about those who have tablet data like $10 5GB?
    If so, this will be great as I will play Netflix on Z Ultra which is on tablet plan.

  • dontsh00tmesanta

    YouTube for kids plz on iPad

  • Cam Fas

    Carrier aggragation network wide

  • matt

    maybe its unlimited viewing using netflix low quality mode.
    300 megs per hour is only 2.6 times 320kbs music streaming at 115 mb per hour

  • Brad

    Maybe it’s just youtube since google has that music situation streaming through youtube… and red…

  • KenP

    I could see “binge on” being unlimited 4g (3g+) video on select services for postpaid customers on 3 Gb data plans and higher (like what plans roll over data is restricted to)

  • steven

    Watch ESPN would be all I care about…

  • Richard Roma

    If it’s unlimited video, what the heck are those of us on $30 unlimited paying the extra cash for?

    • Kevin

      My guess is maybe it’s an attempt to get people off unlimited data for the future. In the next year or 2 they probably discontinue unlimited data, and only those grandfathered in have it. People will jump to the smaller phone payment now and give up their unlimited. Then in the future they will need more data and have to purchase it, which will then be more expensive, and they won’t have unlimited data. Not sure if that makes sense, but thats my guess in what they are doing.

    • matt

      It’s geared towards people that have the capped data plans. If you have unlimited and lets say, youtube isn’t included…then you might wanna stay on unlimited. but let’s say it does, then i’ll be able to drop my unlmited plan and have a lower bill

  • Matt Terk

    I think a lot of people think that giving the FCC power over the entire internet will just shut up the people they don’t like (drudge). I have a far more pessimistic view than that

  • giant22000

    Unlimited YouTube ftw!!!!!!!

  • Joseph Cathey

    I’m willing to bet money on an unlimited tethering option.

    • matt

      already have unlimited tetherin, but it caps you at 7gb of highspeed, then it throttles, still usable but really slow

  • beyondthetech

    While the phrase “never hit pause” could be a clue towards video streaming, I’m thinking that T-Mobile could shake up the wireless industry even further by giving everyone unlimited data, but at different speed tiers, just like the cable companies.

    Like FiOS, Optimum, and Comcast that charge differently for 15/5, 25/25, 50/50, 85/15, and 100/100 speeds, T-Mobile could now offer similar speed limits depending on your particular needs. Granted, they won’t be guaranteed speeds like most of the wired internet providers can do, because of signal strength.

    Would you rather burn 75Mb/sec for the first 1-10GB, then 128Kb for the rest, or a have a smooth ride of 10Mb/sec?

  • Justin

    I honestly hope it’s some sort of free-roaming deal with US Cellular. They have good rural coverage. A lot of people think that USC will team with Sprint, though.

  • Mike

    It could just mean that they’re continuing to do uncarrier updates and won’t plan on stopping anytime soon.

  • Scoop003

    Looks like I was three months too soon on my prediction for uncarrier.


    Scoop003 3 months ago
    Movie freedom? Netflix, hulu, and YouTube won’t count towards data

  • Marco

    off topic has anyone seen this on there online account under profile ?


    Allows you to extend your number’s voice calling and messaging to multiple devices.

    Multiple Devices status

    0 devices linked to your number in addition to your primary device.


    NOTE: Your device must support this feature. You will need to enable this feature on your individual linked devices.

  • Humptydance

    Wow good for you. Nobody cares

  • T Redd

    Stop throttling unlimited data at 21gb?