Verizon LTE Blows Through Monthly Data Cap in 32 Minutes | News & Opinion | PCMag.com.
What's up with this?
I think Verizon is trying to keep heavy users off the new LTE network — especially anyone who may try to use it to replace a home connection.
The carrier has two reasons for this. First, Verizon is a major seller of home broadband, and wired bits are a lot cheaper to deliver than wireless. If a user wants to guzzle gigabytes, Verizon wants that person to sign up for DSL or FiOS.
I also suspect that Verizon is making sure their network isn't crushed by demand. Verizon Wireless is intensely protective of its network quality, and the company doesn't want everyone jumping onto its brand-new trampoline at once, for fear it'll break.
forse che qualcuno inizia a capire che wireless=condiviso=nobbuono per fare ADSL replacement ?