If Maestro testing passes our member groups - there would be no high speed allotment. Everyone with a 4G LTE capable device would have access to full-on universal 4G LTE speeds.
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American's have a problem believing anyone wants to save them money, and if that statement comes from corporate America it's even harder to believe.
That being said, after Maestro was explained to me in a PM it does start to make some since. And I've switch my position to a wait and see.
Personally I think the cell data numbers that Maestro are based on are low, and $10 users will use more, but I'm in the wait and see stage.
I also understand that RW can't explain it to everyone - one on one with "real" numbers, and I think at least from what I've seen it wasn't explained real well from the start. A handful of people got it, but most I think were like me thinking (how?)
Even if Maestro turns out to be really really good, I don't think it would be something I would use, even after looking at the "real" numbers, I use far too much WIFI, and there are far too many hotspots around me.
The only thing I really haven't changed my mind about is RW is too cheap, and as strange as it that they want to save me money, I want them to make some money.
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