Verizon Will Launch An Unlimited Data Plan For $80 A Month!

Verizon Will Launch An Unlimited Data Plan For $80 A Month!

According to a CNBC report, Verizon will sell these new unlimited plans for $80 per month for a single user or $45 per line on a family plan. Both new and existing subscribers will be able to sign up. This is a huge change in direction for the nation's largest carrier, and is no doubt a response to T-Mobile and Sprint's constant advertising of their unlimited plans.

Verizon's unlimited plan is more expensive than on Sprint, which offers unlimited data for $60 per month, while AT&T's plan starts at $100 per month, with an included subscription to the carrier's DirecTV and U-verse services. Verizon joins T-Mobile and Sprint, who have used unlimited data plans very effectively as a clear differentiator between them and Verizon and AT&T.

Verizon appears to be directly going after those complaints.

Verizon Unlimited also includes Mobile Hotspot with 10 GB of 4G LTE data at no charge. Customers will enjoy unlimited mobile optimized streaming videos, gaming and music, and unlimited 4G LTE data for most everything else, all while on the Sprint network. A $10 per day pass will allow for that same allotment of data outside of North America.

You can add up to two tablets to the same unlimited data plan, for an additional $20 per device.

Unlimited Data Plans are not just a trend with the big four telecos, but an global phenomenon.

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Verizon Unlimited offers unlimited data, talk, and text on smartphones for $80 per month.

"We've been working tirelessly, but quietly, behind the scenes, to deliver exactly what you've asked for", Dunne said.

The carrier is bringing back its old offering in the form of the new Verizon Unlimited.

Verizon will send through data at full LTE speeds until a customer surpasses 22 GB for the month, then it may prioritize data during busy times to prevent network congestion that could affect other customers.

Be it Verizon or AT&T, unlimited data doesn't entirely mean unlimited. Back in September 2016, Verizon CFO Frank Shammo insisted unlimited data plans were not a good move. In my experience, the carrier offers the best coverage and speeds.