Speed Limit to EDGE/2G-Network - Is using UMTS and LTE expensive when data volume is consumed?
Question by Guest | 2013-12-10 at 18:35
I have a mobile contract that contains a reduction of speed after 500 MB of traffic. If my monthly data volume has exceeded this limit, I can only surf the Internet with the speed of the EDGE network (2G) and I can no longer use the fast UMTS or LTE speed.
Now I have observed that my phone still connects to the UMTS and the LTE networks (H+ or 4G is appears in the status bar) - even despite the throttling.
Actually, according to my contract, I am not allowed to use those speeds. So, will this make any problems or unexpected expenses when using these networks?
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