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End of unlimited data soon?


z250kid

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Time out.

 

1. This is not news. The quoted email is from June 2012. 2012. That was last year.

 

2. It affects only hot spots, not normal use on phones. Sprint has had a hot spot cap for years, although it was reduced in June, 2012.

 

3. If the Softbank buy-in is consummated, do not expect significant rate increases or data caps. Softbank has grown rapidly in Japan based on low cost and excellent customer service.

 

This "announcement" appears to be a scam from a shady personal injury law firm seeking shills for a class action law suit.

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Please.  You are posting old information.  And these "unlimited" or not threads never go well.  Expect it to be closed soon.

 

AJ

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Please.  You are posting old information.  And these "unlimited" or not threads never go well.  Expect it to be closed soon.

 

AJ

LOL, why not just close it now?

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I like to make a point, let it sink in, yet allow for a contrary response.

 

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