Question related to Cellular Data and restrictions..

Jack Vizelter jack at mail.rockefeller.edu
Wed Dec 4 22:45:35 UTC 2013


In my experience, nationwide, typically just means the continental 48 states, for the most part. 



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From: Jay Ashworth [jra at baylink.com]
Sent: Wednesday, December 04, 2013 5:20 PM
To: NANOG
Subject: Re: Question related to Cellular Data and restrictions..

> Have any of you experienced or been subjected to a "domestic data
> roaming policy"? I am a customer of a carrier who advertises
> "Unlimited Nationwide 4G data", but limits their customers to 50MB per
> month while traveling in an area they do not have coverage (Alaska,
> for example). I've never heard of such a policy in regards to a
> "Nationwide" plan.. I thought the entire idea of saying nationwide was
> to represent you were covering the ENTIRE NATION.

I believe you will find that any carrier says "Nationwide means where we
have coverage, and unlimited means 'if you're on our towers'."

Cheers,
-- jra
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