Verizon finally released their unlimited data plan yesterday. They are calling the plan Verizon Unlimited. They got rid of all of their higher data plans. There is just 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, and unlimited data options.
4 lines $45/line
3 lines $54/line
2 lines $70/line
1 line $80/mo
Verizon is only allowing you to use 22GB of data then they will slow down your speeds (most other companies do something very similar). Verizon is allowing you to stream Video at an HD resolution. T-Mobile customers only get to stream in 480p.With the new plan customers get 10GB of LTE data to use with their phone’s hotspot. After you have used the 10GB on the hotspot is gets reduced to 3G. Verizon used to have an unlimited data plan in 2011. They eventually started raising people that still had the plans bill every couple months to get them to get off the plan. They also released a option to pay $10 per day for a travel pass to get 500MB of LTE data in any country.
Verizon said that they were working on this plan for a while but decided to keep it quiet and not release it to the public until they were ready to release the plan. All carriers say that they only lower speeds when they are heavily congested. For more details look at the video that verizon released explaining the unlimited data plan:
If you don’t have Auto Pay and Paper Free billing it is $10 more a month.
T-Mobile makes you pay for a day pass to stream in HD. They also do not advertise any plans except their unlimited plan. AT&T offers unlimited but only if you have your DirecTV and AT&T bill together. AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon offer their unlimited plan to all of their customers.