@vegan-brown-tartan-table-589287 said: I am about to port from Ting to Twigby. I could use a referral code if anyone is interested. Sorry if this is the wrong forum to post this in.
@Diedrich_Duo said: I really liked the 256 and 512 Kbs throttles.
@KentE said:I'm intrigued. Can you share your reasons for self-throttling, and how it fits into your use? I'm not surprised, per se-- if I had a plan that allowed me to do so, I'd be tinkering with it, too. Since that hasn't been possible for me, I'd love to learn from your experiences!
@Diedrich_Duo said: I throttled my data at the 512 speed for all of my trip to Arizona earlier this month. It really helped me avoid going over to the next allotment level on my account, and I didn't notice any appreciable difference in how quickly everything worked.
@samkqboro said: Just tried the setting for data speed, and had the same experience as you two above. It keeps going back to "No Limit" aka "Max". I also didn't notice any speed changes, so it doesn't seem to be just a UI issue.
@joseph1 said: Is Twigby still offering a free first month? How long does a port from Ting (Sprint) take?
@Diedrich_Duo said: Looks like Twigby got their data speed options working again so that you can select anything from 64KB to full speed. I just tried changing mine and it "took".
@joseph1 said: How long does a port from Ting (Sprint) take?
@samkqboro said:...will try out the speed later and see if it actually changed the speed as well.
@Diedrich_Duo said: Mine took under an hour and everything went smoothly, except for data.
@Diedrich_Duo said: I barely notice any difference most of the time throttled down to 512, even though the SpeedTest app results show full speed data to be about 17 times faster in my area. I'd be very interested to hear how the different speeds work for you, too... inquiring minds want to know!