Verizon Offering 100MB to International Travelers for $25
Verizon Wireless today announced new pricing for its international data roaming plans. Starting April 23, the new Verizon Wireless Global Data Plan offers U.S.-based customers 100MB of data for $25 a month. Once users reach the 100MB limit, they will be notified via text message before being charged an additional $25 for another 100MB of data. International access is available from number of Verizon's smartphones and devices, and requires a U.S. voice and data package. Customers who roam without subscribing to the plan will be charged at the rate of $0.02 pet kilobyte.
Verizon's 'TravelPass' Offers Roaming for $10 Per Day
Verizon Wireless is prepared to offer customers a new international roaming package called TravelPass. Verizon customers will be able to access their existing talk, text, and data buckets when roaming in 65 different countries for $10 per 24-hour period.
AT&T Simplifies International Roaming with $10 Day Pass
AT&T today made it less expensive and less confusing to use your AT&T phone overseas. The company introduced the AT&T International Day Pass, which provides travelers with unlimited talk and text in over 100 countries.
Verizon Wireless Customers Can Roam In Cuba
Verizon Wireless today added Cuba to the list of countries in which its customers can access network services when traveling. Roaming in Cuba (world phone required) won't be cheap.
Verizon Wireless Rehashes Prepaid Plans
Verizon Wireless has adjusted its selection of prepaid service plans for smartphones, basic phones, and data devices. Verizon now offers three plans to smartphones.
$0.02 per Kilobyte?
Putting a 2 cent pricetag on anything makes it seem tiny. Real cost = $20.48 per megabyte.