T-Mobile responds to COVID-19 by giving all customers unlimited data for the next 60 days

14 March 2020
Soon, subscribers will also be getting 20GB of tethering as well – on Metro, too.

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  • AUNTY INDIAN :)

Anonymous, 14 Mar 2020Oh India. One of the worlds slowest internet brags about unlimit... moreActually Indian internet speed is the slowest in the world, telling this as an Indian, I don't know what is there to brah about being the slowest internet in the world.

Most of us get around 1 Mbps,yes Mega bits per second and not bytes and have latency of American 3G network.


I ran Open Signal speed test in Jio 4G and Airtel 4G in the most tower dense areas in India results.

Jio 4G Latency:79ms Speed: 4Mbps (Mega bits)

Airtel 4G Latency : 68ms Speed: 6.1 (Mega bits)

In speed test it's American 3G speeds, while actual usage is more like American 2G speeds.

Also Mobile GST raised to 18% by honorable FM ;)

  • AnonD-914443

Anonymous, 14 Mar 2020Oh India. One of the worlds slowest internet brags about unlimit... moreBiased information.

Ahaha, in croatia only 15 days :P
danke T

  • Anonymous

AnonD-914443, 14 Mar 2020incorrect informationOh India. One of the worlds slowest internet brags about unlimited data. Yeah yeah

  • DA Gud Shepherd

Anonymous, 14 Mar 2020Of course Romania and India has cheaper plans. The standard of l... moreHold my beer!
In sub Sahara Africa, data is more expensive (cost per Gb) than the USA. The worst is that we have 4G networks operating at 2g Edge speeds (average download speed of 200kb/s).
For example, In Cameroon 50GB data cost about 115$ and this does not include calls and text.

  • Anonymous

[deleted post]What does this even mean? How much mobile data? Do you have unlimited plans like the US? What is the population density served? What sort of regulations and taxes are included? So many variables. ItÂ’s not a simple multiplication problem.

  • AnonD-914443

I am Aunty indian :), 14 Mar 2020me as a Indian told me that.incorrect information

  • Anonymous

[deleted post]What does this even mean? How much mobile data? Do you have unlimited plans like the US? What is the population density served? What sort of regulations and taxes are included? So many variables. ItÂ’s not a simple multiplication problem.

  • AnonD-914443

[deleted post]no, nobody think that.

  • Anonymous

Cyberchum, 14 Mar 2020Finally, someone that understands basic economics. Tell 'em! A l... moreAverage salary în USA îs 3000 euro. Average salary în România îs 500-600 euro. The cost of mobile data here îs 4 euro. This should be maximum 24 euro in USA. Do you get something like that în The USA?

  • I am Aunty indian :)

AnonD-914443, 14 Mar 2020Who told you that ?me as a Indian told me that.

Anonymous, 14 Mar 2020Of course Romania and India has cheaper plans. The standard of l... moreFinally, someone that understands basic economics. Tell 'em! A lot of people here claiming to be knowledgeable when, actually, they barely are.

AnonD-914443, 14 Mar 2020T-Mobile ? Never heard such name before. In India we heard Vodaf... moreOkay! We've heard you.

  • AnonD-914443

TeashopPrimeMinister, 14 Mar 2020Yes 300 GB data at 3G speeds and 2G latency, and when Jio finall... moreWho told you that ?

  • Anonymous

Great news. Will tell about it to my sister.

  • Lucy luuu1

Can EE do it ?

  • Anonymous

Of course Romania and India has cheaper plans. The standard of living costs less. The wages are lower. You canÂ’t charge high rates in a country that has high unemployment and salaries are low.

  • Anonymous

As8'

  • TeashopPrimeMinister

AnonD-914443, 14 Mar 2020You can tell 300gb data unlimitedYes 300 GB data at 3G speeds and 2G latency, and when Jio finally launches 5G network we as Indian superpower we will finally taste 4G speeds with 3G latency.........:)





  • demographus

I'm in Romania and have unlimited data since... forever! At Telekom, local subsidiary of T-Mobile, for 5 euro/month, unlimited 4G and hotspot!