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T-Mobile 4G. Staying high-speed past your allotment?

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T-Mobile 4G. Staying high-speed past your allotment?

So I was wondering. T-Mobile's new plans give you 500Mbs high-speed before knocking you down to 2G. However, I'm running cm10.1 which gives the option for a 2g/3g toggle. If I pass my high-speed allotment, could I toggle to only connect to 3g and thus stay high-speed? I'm afraid I might get charged up the gazoo for doing this, or get my account cancelled. I haven't actually switched yet, I'm still on the 5gb $30 plan, and will be switching to the new plans with my family. So I'm wondering if this will work instead of paying for more high-speed data.

Anybody have any ideas?

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Date: Apr 9, 2013   


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