Some years have passed since Verizon stated that they would no longer offer unlimited data plans. However, things have changed, Verizon released a statement on Sunday saying that they will be bringing back the Verizon unlimited data plan.
Verizon customers on smartphones and tablets will get unlimited data in addition to video streaming, hotspots and calls to Mexico and Canada.
The plan was launched on Monday, February 13, this plan costs $80 for unlimited data, calls, and texting or $45 per line for additional lines with the same features. However, there’s a catch after 22 GB of data usage on any line Verizon may throttle your service.
Verizon also stated that they will maintain their existing data plans for customers who don’t want unlimited data. The Verizon unlimited data plan will cost $80 per month if you sign up for Autopay. But if you don’t sign up for Autopay it will cost $85 per month.
This fee includes the $20 fee for adding a line, however, it doesn’t include your phone’s payment plan. If you plan on paying monthly to buy a phone it will cost you more money. If you’re a loyal Verizon customer who has been waiting for a Verizon unlimited data plan, this is it.
In the past few years, Verizon has been getting stiff competition from T-Mobile. Thus the reason for the implementation of their new unlimited data plan. How will the Verizon unlimited data plan stack up against the T-Mobile unlimited data plan? Please let me know your thoughts about this in the comment section below.