Ever since T-Mobile USA announced its new iPhone 5 (opens in new tab) with its incredible new pricing strategy, questions have been flying around concerning T-Mobile's business models, competitive pricing, U.S. market share and whether the company's current network infrastructure can support such a bandwidth hungry device. However, now focus is starting to shift to the actual phone, which finally went through the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) trials this week.
Not many changes have been made to the iPhone as it is still classified as an iPhone 5. The primary change is the 42Mbps HSPA+ radio that works on AWS frequencies as used by UnCarrier and Canada's Wind. After this, Apple is probably going to be silent on the mobile front for the time being as they focus their efforts on the rumoured to be upcoming next-gen iPhone.
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Lets see if this move will help transition the US in obtaining better quality service at lower prices similar to the rest of the world...
No the plan is unlimited, it's 500mb allowed for tethering
Oh they didn't mention that when I was looking through the 10 pages of legal mumbo jumbo.
acadia11No the plan is unlimited, it's 500mb allowed for tetheringIt's 500mb of 4G access...after which, you're reduced to their Edge network.