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T-Mobile openly mocked Verizon for its 1-hour unlimited data feature - which is also exceptionally poor value and, frankly, bullshit - but T-Mobile is just as guilty in spirit here.
And at this point, T-Mobile's competitors seem far more open and honest than America's Uncarrier.
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It is Verizon and Sprint both offer metered data plans that do not apply any unwanted compression of video content - you can stream at the quality you like, by default.
AT&T does, too, but will soon switch to an opt-out system that caps video quality at 480p, similar to T-Mobile's old Binge On (though on AT&T, usage counts against your plan anyway).
And Sprint, well, they're kind of crappy in the same way T-Mobile is, but at least savvy consumers have a less icky option with their standard plans if they look for them.
T-Mobile and its CEO hype man John Legere, though, berate their competitors endlessly for perceived bad business practices, while they themselves continue to show in their actions just how cynical they are, as opposed to the empty "uncarrier" rhetoric they peddle so shamelessly.
T-Mobile has become the arbiter of "appropriate" data usage, and the ONE Plan is its judging gavel.