The Un-carrier announced that it was expanding its worldwide talk, text and data partnerships with carriers in more than 210 countries and territories up from more than 140 destinations just prior. That's so many places that it's easier to tell you the few countries we don't cover rather than list all that we do! Data and text is included at 2G speeds while calls are now $0.25 a minute.
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AT&T customers experienced an average delay of about 54 milliseconds to top the 4G latency rankings, followed by T-Mobile at 56 milliseconds, Verizon at 62 milliseconds and Sprint at 64 milliseconds.
Previously, T-Mobile users could take advantage of free global roaming in 140 territories around the world.
What do you think of T-Mobile's new worldwide pass? Simple Global is included with T-Mobile ONE, meaning you can post and text photos, look up maps online and stay connected to loved ones when traveling overseas - worry free. AT&T and Sprint came in third and fourth place, respectively. Well, you've got no choice - they decide FOR you, taking more of your money when you travel internationally.
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Today, T-Mobile announced it's expanding it's Unlimited plan benefits by adding 70 more countries where customers get unlimited data (albeit slow 2G data speeds). T-Mobile says it will allow for a maximum of two passes to be purchased every 24 hours.
By purchasing an International Data Pass for only $5 a day, T-Mobile ONE subscribers can use 512MB of LTE data daily, with unlimited text and talk.
The daily option is available from 01 August, and the new Simple Global terms take effect 22 July.
Analysts noted that Verizon, in particular, appeared to leave its previous data crunch - the result of reintroduced unlimited plans - "far behind".
There's more than one way to determine the top mobile carrier in the nation. That, or you could just use an IP-based client. "Meanwhile we see even more powerful networks incubating in major USA cities, LTE reach continuing to expand and the reinvigoration of the country's smallest national operator Sprint". With this change, there are no additional costs to customers either.