What's the deal with T-Mobile's Binge On program? Nothing really but some groups are attacking the service as if a majority of subscribers are not happy with it. YouTube first complained that the carrier is downgrading video
While T-Mobile's Binge-On service seems like an attractive offer because of the free video streaming, this Un-Carrier move has raised a number of concerns and complaints from different groups. For one, YouTube complained that
Data throttling shouldn't be a problem now especially in the United States where such practice is discouraged. After AT&T was fined a million dollars for data throttling, other mobile carriers should have learned already.
AT&T has been the subject of data throttling for the past year. In 2014, FTC filed a complaint in federal court against the network for throttling, AT&T replied but a judge soon dismissed the latter's claim earlier this
TracFone has recently offered a bit of an update in terms of the data throttling policies for Straight Talk and Net10. Both are currently offering unlimited data options, however as many are familiar with, those unlimited claims
While Virgin Mobile is technically unlimited (and aren't they proud of it) their parent company had intended to begin throttling its data-hungry users some time in October. Today the company issued a statement saying that while
We all know that carriers allow or block certain applications to and from the market -- some for the better, and others for the worst like we have here. Obviously carrier specific apps like Verizon's NFL Mobile are only accessed