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Some Verizon MVNO Subscribers Are Enjoying Unthrottled LTE Speeds Right Now

Some Verizon MVNO Subscribers Are Enjoying Unthrottled LTE Speeds Right Now
It seems like TracFone-based Verizon MVNOs are currently enjoying unthrottled speeds. Although this is not an official report, sources say that they have been able to enjoy much faster LTE speeds compared to the ones that they are originally restricted to.

Earlier, BestMVNO reported on how this has affected subscribers under TracFone-based Verizon MVNOs like Straight Talk and Total Wireless. A more recent addition to this is Page Plus Cellular, whom the subscribers are sharing that they received a text message notifying them of increased speeds. To further confirm these text messages, Page Plus has launched a subdomain on their website pertaining to this change.

As of this writing, there has been no official announcement whether or not the speed cap has been lifted across all MVNOs under Verizon or just the ones under TracFone's. We'll have to wait for more updates on this matter to confirm anything.


Source: BestMVNO

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  1. I got >60mbps on Verizon Prepaid.
    Thats usual or is that also part of this glitch?

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    1. Verizon MVNOs have traditionally had had LTE throttled to 5 mbps. That policy never applied to Verizon itself, including Verizon Prepaid, only to MVNOs.

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    2. boom verizon plan right now give me 5.3 download and 2.0 upload speed. Location is New York

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  2. Wasn't Verizon making some sort of change to their policy on which phones are allowed on their network a few months ago as reported on this site? Something about forcing existing Page Plus customers to buy a new phone. Whatever came of that?

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  3. My boom plan still under 5mbps

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  4. So Tracfone's finally getting full speed LTE.

    I'd still avoid them like the plague.

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  5. I just got total wireless on moto g5 I get 5 to 50 mbps.

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  6. At this point it's premature to say they this is how speeds are going to remain. I hope the speed restriction is lifted by Verizon but too soon to claim so.

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  7. Yeah. At this point it's just isolated occurrences. Let's wait until Verizon or Tracfone decide to come out publicly with the announcement

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  8. Only a couple reported on TracFone. I am one and it's still holding. 45-55 Mbps down. Seems very few have got the speed increase. Might be a test run in select areas.

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