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Prziborowski expressed concern about the throttling in an email to Buss. While fire department personnel thought they were already paying for "truly" unlimited data, Verizon said they weren't. We will need to talk about making some plan changes to all lines or a selection of lines to address the data throttling limitation of the current plan. The emails started up again on July 5 and 6. This is unacceptable and needs to be fixed," fire department IT officer Daniel Farrelly wrote.
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