T-Mobile ONE Plus plan holders will see their data speeds slowed to 256Kbps, while T-Mobile ONE subs will have their speeds slowed all the way down to just 128Kbps.
Starting on November 12th, T-Mobile is altering its "Mobile without Borders" program for all customers on One, Simple Choice, and other legacy plans with roaming.
If you have any more queries on the change and how it will reflect on your mobile usage, you can check the dedicated T-Mobile FAQ page to get all the answers.
As for why T-Mobile is making this change, it wrote "Mobile Without Borders is an incredible benefit and allows customers to stay connected when traveling in Canada and Mexico".
If you are on a USA high-speed plan with 4GB data or 6GB data per month, you will get only 2GB data when you are in these countries.
Back in 2015 T-Mobile announced a new feature for their customers called Mobile Without Borders. However, the company says the data cap has now been imposed in an effort to "prevent usage beyond the intent of the product". While 5GB is a healthy amount for a short trip, it's still going to change your behavior - you may end up using hotel WiFi when you can instead of relying exclusively on cellular data.
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T-Mobile is going to limit LTE data further, and starting next month customers with T-Mobile ONE and ONE Plus plans only get 5 GB of guaranteed LTE data in Mexico and Canada. 12, the company will put a 5GB limit on 4G data and speed will be reduced thereafter.
This new cap comes into place next month and you can find out more details about it over at T-Mobile at the link below.
We already know that T-Mobile's unlimited plans have limits, just like they do at every other wireless carrier.
"You will now not be able to use your Data Stash in Canada and Mexico".
If you are on a legacy plan with a high-speed data maximum (i.e. 4GB, 6GB, 10GB), your data allowance is shared across US, Mexico, and Canada, but you only have up to 5GB high-speed data in Mexico and Canada combined.
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