Hi folks, don't know where to ask this, but this subforum seemed good as any.
I downloaded Pandora radio for my droid phone, and have enjoyed hearing new sounds and acts streamed into my morning and evening commutes-- interrupted periodically by ads.
I'm liking it so far, but I'm wondering if I'm going to run into data use issues with Verizon (my cell/data provider), even tho I'm paying $30 a month for unlimited bandwidth on the droid phone. I've heard stories about providers pushing back against the heavy streaming users in various ways.
Should using non-stop streaming a couple hours a day bump up my use to levels where "unlimited" plan might not really be unlimited, and I get socked with some additional use fee? I wish there was an easy way to track down fine print on Verizon's site, but no...
I'd like some assurance on this before considering $36 a year for the streaming without the ads.
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