Verizon increasing data caps on pre-paid plans

Verizon increasing data caps on pre-paid plans
Starting now for existing customers and June 6th for new customers, Verizon has raised the data cap on its pre-paid plans. Big Red offers just two levels of service, one costing $60 a month and the other priced at $70 monthly. Both have unlimited talk and text. Previously, the cheaper of the two services offered 500MB of data while the higher priced service had a 2GB data allowance.

Now, without raising the price of the service, Verizon has increased the data cap on both tiers of service to 2GB for the $60 a month plan, and 4GB for the $70 a month plan. To reiterate what we said above, the changes start immediately for existing Verizon customers and June 6th for new customers. And yeah, we should tell you that the pre-paid plans are for 3G service only.

source: Verizon via AndroidCentral


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