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T-Mobile One plans don't include Binge-On. All T-Mobile one sets videos to 480 and you have to add the One Plus addon.
- All video streaming quality is limited to 480p
- Tethering is limited to 512 kbps (3G speeds)
- Smartphone and tablet usage is prioritized over mobile hotspot usage, so you may notice slower speeds if you are tethering
- If you go over 50GB of data in a month, your data speeds may be throttled when you are in congested areas
After many fruitless hours with both TMobile customer service and tech support with no resolution to this 180 kbyte per second tmobile throttling - ONLY during Netflix or Amazon movie downloading to phone,
I discovered that 180kByte per second video streaming throttling during movie downloading to phone was removed ONLY when hd video option was enabled in account profile! PAID one plus add on REQUIRED to enable hd video option. Thus, despite 55+ plan clearly stating it includes unlimited HIGH SPEED 4G LTE data on smartphone, non-hd 180kBps streaming throttling speed is ALSO applied to movie downloading via Netflix or Amazon prime apps on my note 4!
I really hope my 2 open tickets with tech support provide a fix for this soon.
Hope this helps clarify this long standing issue.
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Yep, same issue here. T-mobile is making it as hard as possible to stream in HD. I called and got transferred all the way to some high up tech support, lol, and he told me I had Binge-on off, and that's why it was buffering. So is it supposed on or off to stream in HD. Turning it on made it worse, turning it back off, and now im fine. Doesn't seem like my friends forum other carriers have this issue. I wonder why a formerly good company like T-Mobile is screwing their customers.
I guess just keep the lengthy process to watch in HD.
Heres the process, watch video buffer, exit, go into apps clear data, this may work for a few videos, maybe not, next step call tmobile and spend your free time complaining and having them resest your signal (even if a speedtest concludes roughly 50 mb DL and 10mp UL speeds, they will reset your problemfree data, and somehow this solves the issue. How about go back to the system they had before we all got screwed, that one seemed to stream just fine.
What's wrong with letting people use up their data or not, and not screw the customers who pay the highest bills by buffering their service too. Sad day when T-Mobile is going from top company to be on to most definitely the worst.
I am seeing you post across various threads and many people would love to help. However, I suggest creating your own thread and stating your issue so it can be referenced later on.