T-Mobile can throttle their data speeds. Verizon Wireless can't because of the block C rules.
I'm most definitely NOT a VZW employee. If a post answered your question, please mark it as the answer.
Why should people who don't listen to music over cellular subsidize people who do?
Judging by how Verizon has done things, they have no pressure to match T mobile on this or most things T mobile does.
if T-Mobile do same way Verizon do as cost and coverage then I think maybe its worth for Verizon to match t-mobile or " jump on the same band wagon" till that time chances are super slim for now
People still use data. Commercial advertising uses data, the album art uses data, and other database loading these apps do throughout you streaming. It actually uses more data than people save from streaming over a 3 hour period. Just some food for thought.
My data comes from T-mobile forums and also being a T-mobile customer. AT&T and Verizon customer as well.