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2019-08-21 10:24 AM
I don't see now in this day & age why when you pay $60 a month for 200gb of data on a 4G wireless modem that you don't offer customers the option of rolling over the data they don't use? Most companies do.
2019-08-21 10:50 AM - edited 2019-08-21 10:53 AM
Perhaps I'm confusing the service you are talking about. Mobile Broadband generally doesn't have a rollover option from anyone?
Optus - No
Telstra - No
Vodaphone - No
TPG - No
Amayasim - No
Exetel - No
PrePaid Mobile generally has Roll over but costs more and has lower data limits eg. Boost - Yes (but $60 buys ~70Gb)
Do you have an example of a Telco that does provide what you are asking for?
FWIW the 4G networks have been oversold already on mobile broadband capability. 100Gb+ Plans put a lot of strain on the capacity. Allowing people to store up even more data would probably not be able to be supported by the infrastructure.