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  1. Los Angeles & Orange County
    Apparently, as was discussed here earlier, Uber tries throttle drivers who know how to work surge. I live in a busy area of Orange County and it takes a while to get requests at the peak of good healthy surges. I've recently noticed on a couple occasions that passengers were not happy to be...
  2. Technology
    I am about to hit my limit with T-Mobile. Once I hit my limit they will throttle my data at 128kbps. Will the Uber/Lyft/Google Maps apps work at that low speed?
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