Sprint backtracks on data speeds after backlash

July 1, 2015

Sprint said late Tuesday night that it would stop limiting data available to unlimited plan users after a public backlash. The company introduced an unlimited talk, data and text plan this week, but said it would slow down data speeds for consumers watching video. That prompted blowback from some customers, causing the company to change its policies.

 

Read more at: http://thehill.com/policy/technology/246649-sprint-backtracks-on-throttling-after-backlash 


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