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FreedomPop Data Rollover Category: rollover $1.99 / Month This Service Is Currently Active This service includes the following: Store up to 20GB of Rollover data Avoid Pay-As-You-Go Data Usage Share Rollover data with friends Roll over up to 500MBs of unused data per month Roll over your unused data and keep it for when you really need it ...

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Dealing with relational data in splunk

I have a scenario where I have a large time series (millions of records) which contains some parameters of interest and a foreign key, e.g. time0 param0 fk1 time1 param1 fk1 time0 param0 fk2 time1 param1 fk2 There is then another time series in which correlates the above foreign key to some metadata and another foreign key, .e.g time0 fk1 meta0 metaFk1 time1 fk2 meta1 metaFk2 time0 fk1 meta0 metaFk1 time1 fk2 meta1 metaFk2 And there exists a third series l...

Does unused data Rollover?

I was thinking about getting on the $45 500MB plan and also signing up for Autopay so I will get the extra 500mb for a total of 1GB of data a month. And I was wondering if I do not use all of my data will it rollover to the next month? For Example Month of Nov only used 700MB out of 1GB so 300MB left Then when the plan renews in December the data would be the 1GB + 300MB left over from last month for a total of 1.3GB to use.. Does it work that way on Verizon Prepaid? ...

T-Mobile Uncarrier 8.0 introduces Data Stash, which is “rollover” for your unused data

T-Mobile’s John Legere has just announced Uncarrier 8.0, and it’s being called Data Stash. Basically, whatever 4G LTE data you don’t use from the data plan you pay for, you’ll get back to use on your next billing cycles. The CEO cheekily referred to it as “rollover for data,” a nice nod to the rollover calling minutes trend that shook the wireless industry up way back when. Legere spoke about the travesty of customers paying for a set amount of data, but losi...

T-Mobile Un-carrier 8 gives you rollover data with Data Stash

T-Mobile has today announced Un-carrier 8.0, introducing its new personal Data Stash feature for subscribers. This new Data Stash will enable anyone who doesn't use up their data allowance for that month to store this remaining balance on their T-Mobile account for use another time. Put simply, you'll be able to automatically save the remaining data allowance each month for free, and then use this hidden stash whenever you run over the limit. Full story from the WindowsCentral blog... ...

T-Mobile Un-Carrier 8.0 Adds Data Rollover For All Simple Choice Plans, Starts With 10GB Of Bonus Data

T-Mobile's latest ploy to steal customers away from the other national carriers is a big one. Starting in January, the carrier will no longer "confiscate" your unused data at the end of each billing cycle. Instead, that data will rollover and be kept in your "Data Stash" for one year. Sure, they'll confiscate it at that point, but that's a lot of extra data. Plus, you get 10GB of bonus data to start. T-Mobile Un-Carrier 8.0 Adds Data Rollover For All Simple Choice Plans, Starts With 10GB Of Bonu...

T-Mobile announces new 'Data Stash' rollover mobile data plans starting with 10GB for free

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T Mobile Starting Rollover Data

Come on ATT. It is time. Quote: T-Mobile has a new outlook on mobile data: If you paid for it, you get to keep it. Starting in January 2015, the U.S. wireless carrier will introduce a new policy called Data Stash, which will roll over any unused data from the previous month instead expiring, as it does on all other major carriers. That means if you paid for 3GB of data and only used 1.8GB, the remaining 1.2GB would be added to your Data Stash The rollover data doesn't last f...

Time for ROLLOVER data on Verizon

Well, T-Mobile is doing it again. Hopefully their data rollover plans force ATT and Verizon to do the same thing! Go one better and offer UNLIMITED evening and weekends data as well! ...

T-Mobile just announced rollover data for almost every user

Remember back when rollover minutes were a cool new thing we could get on mobile phones? Thanks to what he says was an overwhelming number of requests from users, T-Mobile’s John Legere has […]...

T Mobile Allows You To Rollover Unused Data

TMobile announced a new program that will allow you to rollover you unused monthly data and store it for 12 months. John Legere said: "Can you imagine your gas station siphoning unused gas from your car each month? The US wireless industry is even worse," said John Legere, president and CEO for T-Mobile.... T Mobile Allows You To Rollover Unused Data...

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