Verizon's "More Everything" plan adds to the data while prices remain the same

Verizon's "More Everything" plan adds to the data while prices remain the same
Making official today, that which was a rumor on Wednesday, Verizon officially announced "More Everything". This is a repricing of the current "Share Everything" plan that the nation's largest carrier offers its customers. Instead of actually cutting prices, Verizon raised the amount of the data allowance for each tier and then added a couple of new tiers as well.

As a result, Verizon customers can now have unlimited talk, text and 250MB of data ($15 a month), 500MB of data ($30), 1GB of data ($40), 2GB of data ($50), 3GB of data ($60) or 4GB of data ($70). Verizon charges $40 for each smartphone to have basic access, $30 for each feature phone and $10 for each tablet. So if you want to construct a plan for your Samsung Galaxy S4 with 2GB of data each month, it would cost you $40 + $50= $90 a month.

Verizon, AT&T and Sprint have recently been feeling the pressure of having to cut prices in order to keep pace with T-Mobile. The nation's fourth largest carrier has been coming up with new innovations designed to keep prices low for consumers.

source: Verizon via Phonescoop


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