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  • 16 April 2024
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I’m trying to figure out what the new home internet data threshold is going to mean regarding my internet experience. I average 1.4tb a month. I mostly watch TV and have cameras. The recent Netflix promotion change appears to add another 2tb. What could I be slowed down to? I need to know how usable it will be. I know wireless cant be guaranteed, but you should be able to give me some idea

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Best answer by RPA 18 April 2024, 20:24

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Just go to this thread and a lot of people smarter than me can explain the way the system works.

https://www.reddit.com/r/tmobileisp/comments/1c5s9o6/the_12_tb_rule_was_actually_an_upgrade_to_our/

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Just go to this thread and a lot of people smarter than me can explain the way the system works.

https://www.reddit.com/r/tmobileisp/comments/1c5s9o6/the_12_tb_rule_was_actually_an_upgrade_to_our/

 

Good find there.  If true, it means that the priority change when hitting the 1.2 TB threshold won’t mean much, as it just puts us back to the 2023 priority levels  (In 2024, Home Internet users got a bump of one priority level….from 9 to 8).

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Yes that's what I understand from that thread.

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