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Mobile puts a cap on high-speed data roaming in Canada, Mexico

13 October 2017, 07:39 | Kevin Scott

Mobile puts a cap on high-speed data roaming in Canada, Mexico

Mobile puts a cap on high-speed data roaming in Canada, Mexico

T-Mobile had been offering worldwide roaming data to most of its customers for free, in an effort to attract customers from other networks since 2015 under the plan, "Mobile Without Borders".

You can find out more details about the latest Uncarrier offering from T-Mobile over at their website at the link below.

After you hit the 5GB cap (or less for some legacy plans), you will continue to get unlimited data; it'll just be very, very slow data.

T-Mobile is taking back one of its perks for travelers: large amounts of LTE data when roaming in Canada and Mexico.

According to T-Mobile less than one percent use more than 5 GB of data on their trips overseas.

In case you need high-speed data on your T-Mobile number, you would need to go for another $25 on the top of the base plan.

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"Mobile Without Borders is an incredible benefit and allows customers to stay connected when traveling in Canada and Mexico", T-Mobile said. Now, wherever you call, wherever you travel in Mexico & Canada, your phone just works- like at home. However, this is a monthly fee, better than Verizon's plan that offers $10 per day.

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. For customers who already have a data limit, not a lot is changing, but the Data Stash option that lets you roll over unused data can't be used in either Mexico or Canada.

The change affects all customers on T-Mobile One, Simple Choice, and legacy rate plans.

The 5GB data allotment for Mexico and Canada is replenished with every billing cycle.

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.

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.



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