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Is there a daily limit for the high speed pass?

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Is there a daily limit for the high speed pass?
Open World doesn't have high speed passes. It's full speed everywhere I believe, but it's pay per MB (or KB). Many Central and South American countries give you 1GB for free though before you start getting charged.

I'm unsure if there is a limit for the new/current roaming option.

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3 minutes ago, ingenium said:

Open World doesn't have high speed passes. It's full speed everywhere I believe, but it's pay per MB (or KB). Many Central and South American countries give you 1GB for free though before you start getting charged.

I'm unsure if there is a limit for the new/current roaming option.

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Yeah that's what I mean, for the new system.  I'm still on open world but comparing.

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