Is Verizon going to keep same data pricing for 4G LTE?

Is Verizon going to keep same data pricing for 4G LTE?
The guys over at Droid Life have received an intriguing tip from one of their inside sources that claims Verizon will be keeping their current pricing of $29.99 for data on their upcoming 4G LTE devices.

They have also heard of the possibility of a $15 add-on to the regular data charge, which is a similar strategy to that of the $10 premium data add-on that Sprint charges for their WiMax-capable smartphones. Either way, this could mean that unlimited data will still be offered which would be a thing of beauty.

Nothing is set in stone and this information could all end up being false. Take all of this with a grain of salt while hoping that Verizon will actually keep their data pricing the same. Odds are that once the 4G network becomes more widespread and LTE becomes more and more responsible for data consumption, tiered pricing and capped data allowances will likely surface. Until then however, tell us what you think in the comments below.

source: Droid Life via Electronista

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