Originally Posted by Cavi Mike
So far T-Mo is the only provider that still has a dictionary, 'unlimited' means 5Gb cap with every other provider.
Does your dictionary have "cap" in it?
Verizon does not have a 5GB "cap" (according to my dictionary). The Terms of Service *does* say that they have the right to throttle the speed on your data connection if you exceed 5GB per month. But no cap and no extra fees for exceeding 5 GB.
As someone who, until very recently, used TetherBerry through a Storm (i.e. highest speed available) all day every day (well, 40 hours per week, from work) from my laptop, I can say I never experienced any limitations on my speeds. And, despite heavy usage, including streaming Internet radio constantly, I don't think I've ever exceeded 5 GB in a month. I think you'd have to be doing a LOT of downloading of stuff like video, etc. to actually exceed that.