Verizon calls off plan to throttle LTE for unlimited data customers

Verizon Wireless won't be throttling the LTE speeds of its remaining unlimited data customers after all. In an eleventh hour reversal, the largest US carrier has just announced that it's "decided not to move forward with the planned implementation of network optimization for 4G LTE customers on unlimited plans."

The plan to start slowing down the heaviest users of LTE data on unlimited plans was set to go into effect this month. Verizon stirred a ton of anger and unrest when it announced it would be expanding its network optimization (read: throttling) practices to cover LTE data in July. 

Read the full article at The Verge
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