Published: Sat, October 14, 2017
Science | By Cecil Little

Mobile cuts LTE roaming in Canada and Mexico to 5GB

Mobile cuts LTE roaming in Canada and Mexico to 5GB

T-Mobile has been chief among those trying to quash their rivals, making some very competitive moves in order to secure subscribers. All the same, this does limit T-Mobile's appeal to jetsetters.

Also, you may have less data to play with if you aren't subscribed to an unlimited plan. For those with old capped plans of 5GB or less, there's no change to the limit.

After 5GB of high-speed data is used in Mexico and Canada, customers will stay connected with unlimited data at "Simple Global speeds" - up to 128kbps for most plans. Once that threshold is reached, the carrier may prioritize (throttle) data speeds during periods of congestion.

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One of T-Mobile's more generous offers was born out of its "Mobile Without Borders" plan. One of those options was the Mobile Without Borders plan that provided unlimited LTE data when customers traveled to Canada or Mexico.

Well, that will no longer be the case beginning next month. It's just LTE in Canada and Mexico that's capped. After 5GB, you will still have unlimited data at Simple Global speeds (up to 128kbps or 256kbps if you have ONE Plus).

"Mobile Without Borders is an incredible benefit and allows customers to stay connected when traveling in Canada and Mexico".

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The company T-Mobile has provided the information about usage breakdowns on its official website that is visible to all people.

Starting next month, customers will have a 5GB LTE data roaming cap, which will affect less than 1-percent of its customers who travel to either country, according to the carrier.

On November 12, T-Mobile will be adjusting the initial Mobile without Borders offer so that customers will only have access to 5GB of LTE data when traveling overseas in Mexico or Canada. T-Mobile has now stepped in and is limiting the amount of roaming data available to people in those countries starting on November 12.

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