|Source: USA TODAY|
Since competition have gotten stiffer, I know T-Mobile and Sprint have been leading the pack with more generous data plan offerings but it seems like all of them still have some sort of data cap ranging from 22 to 28GB. Its unknown if they will actually throttle your throughput once you hit that cap.
I know its a bit of an overshot to complain about having a 22GB data cap and I am certain average users are probably maxing out at around 5GB. But the point of true unlimited data will give certain individual true mobile freedom, to power a hotspot from home to work and stream Netflix or Spotify anywhere she pleases. After all, the year 2017, almost 20 years of the introduction of broadband internet and we are still being penny pinched for data usage. Did I mention the cost of said plan is $80 per month?