On Feb. 24, T-Mobile is launching a new data plan for those with 5G-enabled smartphones. It’s called Magenta Max, and it essentially replaces the provider’s Magenta Plus plan. For $57 per-line-per-month, you’ll get unlimited talk, text, and data, along with unlimited premium data (i.e., high-speed data) — sans throttling.
If you’re unfamiliar with throttling, it’s when providers slow down your network speeds once you’ve used up a lot of data. So, whenever there’s network congestion, those with more data available will have priority over faster speeds than those who don’t — resulting in slower speeds for the latter.