Verizon to unveil four new unlimited plans on August 2

Verizon to unveil four new unlimited plans on August 2
We reported one month ago that Verizon might launch three new unlimited plans, which will also include 5G for a fee. However, it looks like the US carrier will introduce four new unlimited plans this month, not three.

The folks over at Droid-life obtained information about all four unlimited plans, which are said to be unveiled on August 2. The unlimited plans will be called Get More, Do More, Play More, and Start Unlimited, and will be available for customers starting August 5.

The cheapest of the four, the Start Unlimited is likely to replace the Go Unlimited plan and comes with 480p video streaming, no premium LTE data, and no hotspot for $70/month. 5G access can be added to this plan for an additional $10/month, but for each line added the price is lowered.

The Do More Unlimited and Play More Unlimited cost $80/month and include 50GB and 25GB premium data, respectively. The former offers 480p video streaming, while the latter includes 720p video streaming. Both come with Apple Music, but only Play More Unlimited has it for more than 6 months. On top of that, the Do More Unlimited plan includes 50% off tablet or jetpack unlimited plan.


Last but not least, Get More Unlimited plan costs $90 per month and includes 75GB premium data, unlimited hotspot (up to 30GB 4G LTE), free Apple Music,50% off tablet or jetpack unlimited plan, and 720p video streaming.

All four unlimited plans come with 500GB Verizon Cloud Storage, but only Get More, Do More and Play More offer free 5G access as a limited time offer.

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5 Comments

1. tedkord

Posts: 17311; Member since: Jun 17, 2009

I assume "premium" 4G data is data that won't be throttled?

3. TBomb

Posts: 1394; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

Deprioritized

2. TBomb

Posts: 1394; Member since: Dec 28, 2012

That is wayyyyy to complicated for an average consumer! I wish I could see into how many people overpay for their service vs how many don't.

5. Plutonium239

Posts: 1199; Member since: Mar 17, 2015

I don't understand why the carriers can't offer a no frills truly unlimited plan. Data caps are antiquated.

6. Penny

Posts: 1847; Member since: Feb 04, 2011

Right? I don't see four different definitions of "unlimited" in the dictionary.

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