Verizon might launch three new Unlimited plans, 5G access is included for a fee

Verizon might launch three new Unlimited plans, 5G access is included for a fee
Word is Big Red plans to rehash its Unlimited plans or launch three new ones very soon. Apparently, Verizon jumped the gun on its new products, but the carrier quickly removed any mention of the new plans after they were noticed by customers and taken to Reddit.

The folks over at Droid-life managed to trace the information related to the new plans as far back as June 24. The new plans are called Do, Play and More Unlimited and are meant to cover the 5G service Verizon already offers in select markets across the US.

While they are not exclusively targeting 5G customers, all three plans cover 5G as well, whereas Verizon's current Above and Beyond Unlimited plans are the only ones eligible to be used with 5G data speeds.



As seen in the picture above, it looks like Verizon plans to charge $10/month and credit for 5G access. No other details about the Do, Play and More Unlimited plans are available apart from what Verizon mentioned on its website, but at least we know they're coming.

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5 Comments

1. Scott93274

Posts: 6040; Member since: Aug 06, 2013

I very well might be the one person in the world who would gladly go back to 3G if it saved me money. I'm not big on consuming media on the go and would rather use the smartphone for actual smart features which simply involves your device pulling data from databases, not very heavy on data usage. I'll download movies and music in advance and stream while on Wi-Fi, but this faster and faster internet thing is becoming an excuse by ISPs to simply charge premiums.

2. technut

Posts: 205; Member since: Aug 03, 2012

I switched to Visible last month and it's already paying off big time. They offer existing and new customers unlimited everything with no data speed caps using Verizon service for only $40/month (no 5g, but 4g lte). For a limited time, you can get grandfathered in. I highly suggest trying it out before they pull the offering. GL

4. tuminatr

Posts: 1141; Member since: Feb 23, 2009

I decided to try it too, but even with the uncapped speed, it is not any faster than the Sprint Kickstart plan I have too. I am sticking with the kickstart plan $25 per month unlimited everything

3. LouisMariano5

Posts: 63; Member since: Sep 22, 2014

i dont trust them to issue any credit on my bill.... what are they nuts?

5. tuminatr

Posts: 1141; Member since: Feb 23, 2009

LOL, they offer this now.

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