“Unlimited” data from Verizon gets knocked again

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VerizonNot that we weren’t unimpressed enough with the “unlimited” label Verizon slaps on its 5 GB data plan, but it looks like now it’s actually a 4 GB plan. And what happens if you go over?

Anyone caught using more than 4 GB of data in a single month will be presumed to be using the service in an unapproved manner, like running a server, or streaming vast amounts of video and audio content. If you get flagged, you could be subject to a variety of different penalties, including massive overage charges and/or termination of your service.

Sounds kinda like Rogers. Let’s see if Sprint pulls the same kind of stunt.

  • aviationwiz

    Ah, overage charges on an Unlimited plan. Great.

  • aviationwiz

    Ah, overage charges on an Unlimited plan. Great.

  • TheKettleBlack-berry

    Oh how wonderful our tech world can be to us !

  • TheKettleBlack-berry

    Oh how wonderful our tech world can be to us !

  • jackthehat

    “Put not your trust in Princes!”
    Nor in mobile phone networks, it seems…
    Ah well – who said it would be easy??!!

  • jackthehat

    “Put not your trust in Princes!”
    Nor in mobile phone networks, it seems…
    Ah well – who said it would be easy??!!

  • Aaron

    Even if it says 4gb Max in the fine print, advertising it as “unlimited” and charging overages can’t be legal… can it?

  • Aaron

    Even if it says 4gb Max in the fine print, advertising it as “unlimited” and charging overages can’t be legal… can it?