16 October, 2017
The carrier did state that "less than 1% of people" on the plan used over 5GB a month when traveling.
T-Mobile has been an enticing choice for voyagers, and all things considered: in the event that you've set out to Canada or Mexico, you've had as much LTE data as you need without worrying about coming back to a huge telephone bill.
If you really need more than that data, you can still purchase high-speed worldwide LTE data for an additional $25.
That roaming data was specifically for Mexico and Canada. Mobile Without Borders was originally introduced in 2015 as part of T-Mobile's Uncarrier program.
Also, you may have less data to play with if you aren't subscribed to an unlimited plan.
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Once you reach the new 5GB limit of high-speed data in Canada and Mexico (or your high-speed data allotment is reached, whichever comes first), connection speeds will be throttled to just 128kbps, or 256kbps for T-Mobile One Plus customers.
The Mobile Without Borders service first appeared as part of T-Mobile's Simple Choice plan in 2015, and it came as an extension to the company's global roaming incentives. To stop the users from using "beyond the intent of the product" a capping has been applied to the usage of the monthly 4G LTE data. T-Mobile is known to give the North American customers complete access to LTE beyond their nation's borders.
As for why T-Mobile is making this change, it wrote "Mobile Without Borders is an incredible benefit and allows customers to stay connected when traveling in Canada and Mexico". After the users have exceeded 80% of the 5GB limit, they will be sent an alert message from T-Mobile. The T-Mobile One users can purchase the high-speed global LTE access an added rate of $25 for a month.
For more information on the upcoming change and a list of related FAQs, check out T-Mobile's dedicated webpage on the matter.