Read the Engadget Blog Post: “T-Mobile will begin to reduce data speeds when a customer reaches 5GBs of data usage in a billing cycle”
I have two comments:
1. The data hogs – which by the way are less than 1% – are apparently the ones who slow down the network for the other 99% of users.
2. Saying that the 5GB threshold limit is equivalent to 125,000 Yahoo.com visits is not a realistic representation at all. How about telling me the YouTube.com video viewing equivalent?