Assume by "... splurge for it occasionally on his unlocked iPhone..." you
mean he's using your tmoble phone's hotspot?
"Todd Allcock" <elecconnec@AnoOspamL.com> wrote in message
"Bert Hyman" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> In news:firstname.lastname@example.org .com " Mark Harris"
> <mh at soalex.us> wrote:
>> Tmobile Unlimited Web DayPass is not Unlimited
>> After 30mb the speed drops to good old fashion dial-up speeds i.e. 30
>> - 60 kbs
> During a single session or for the rest of the "day?"
> Bert Hyman St. Paul, MN email@example.com
The rest of the 24 hour period. I assume they want to make the pass
unattractive as possible as an alternative to a traditional monthy data card
plan. ($1.49/day is only $45/month assuming you use it every day. A data
card plan is $50/month.)
I find the day pass a nice alternative to the $10-15 some resort hotels
charge for WiFi, and I keep an extra T-Mo prepaid tetherable phone around
for it. I also let my son "splurge" for it occasionally on his unlocked
iPhone when we're traveling and he wants to stay connected.