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consensus @ $70? It seems that other tiered prepaid companies are saying the same thing.. unlimited & unthrottled service should end up @ $70 a month (unlimited 4g/lte).. Metro Pcs, Tmobile, Net10/Straight talk..
Otherwise it's capped, and/or throttled under differenct FAP policies so that the unlimited folk can fatten the cellco's bottom line. I still say this should be $40 - $50 prepay option inclusive of taxes & fees, not $70.
Why haven't these companies tiered wireless similarly the way they do wireline? It seems that certain applications would be enabled by faster tiers which consumers would pay more for..
$25 - $30 for upto 3 megabits. $40 - $45 for 6 megabits. and $60 - $70 for upto 20 megabits (all assuming the node isn't overloaded, at which you can expect a 10% throttle).
AT&T and Verizon don't want to play and seek to duopolize the market, while smaller players fumble putting cell towers WHERE PEOPLE NEED THEM.. Nationwide, there's probably at least a dozen cell antennas for every person alive in the USA.. This how big Sprint, Metro, Tmobile and the others have to build in order to catch up to the incumbent Ma Cells.
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said by tmc8080:That's collusion there folks!
It seems that other tiered prepaid companies are saying the same thing.. unlimited & unthrottled service should end up @ $70 a month (unlimited 4g/lte).. Metro Pcs, Tmobile, Net10/Straight talk..
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