Yesterday, Verizon managed to annoy current and future consumers by making some big changes to its Unlimited plans. The most contentious has been the decision to throttle all video to a maximum of 720p on smartphones, including for all new and current customers.
Verizon claims that you “won’t see the difference” between 720p and 4K on your fancy 1440p smartphone, which is a very alternative fact. But don’t worry: if you want to keep streaming truly HD video over Verizon’s network, there’s an easy way to make that happen.
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