T-Mobile's data plan has remained unlimited while other providers like AT&T and Verizon have eliminated unlimited data options. But T-Mobile's service has come with an oft-decried drawback: After using a certain amount of data, users' connection is slowed to a painful crawl.
Not any more, the company says. It's rolling out a new plan titled "Unlimited Nationwide 4G Data" today, which will offer throttle- and cap-free connections to subscribers. It should be available to customers Sept. 5 at $90 per month.
See the story at The Verge.