Verizon with lower 3G data plan prices

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Verizon with lower 3G data plan prices
Now that the HP Mini notebook has come, it is more than natural that Verizon might need to revise and optimize their 3G EVDO data plans. DSLReports says that the carrier is now working to increase the limit of its $40 plan from 50 MB to 250 MB. In addition, the overage charge per megabyte should soon be down to 10 cents, instead of the 25 cents you pay now. Subscribers with the $60 plan will also benefit from the changes. Their monthly limit will remain 5 GB, but the overage charge per megabyte will drop from 25 cents to 5 cents.

source: DSLReports

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