Verizon Admits Capping EVDO, Removes "Unlimited" From Marketing

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Verizon, long rumored to be capping their wireless EVDO broadband service, finally copped to capping the connection at 5GB of transfer per month. While before they used to advertise that you could have "unlimited" access, what they really meant was that you could check your email and do basic surfing, but otherwise you'd be breaking their terms of service. I guess they've finally decided to be a little more honest in their advertising, so it looks like "unlimited" is no longer a menu option.

Sprint's EVDO doesn't have any such caps or restrictions, so you've got to wonder why Verizon insists on being so stingy with their customers like this.


Verizon Admits 5GB Wireless Broadband Cap [Broadband Reports]