Verizon Wireless has quietly lowered the price it charges More Everything smartphone customers with a 10GB (or higher) bucket. In effect, the price has been dropped to $160 per month for four smartphones using a 10GB data allotment. The price now matches exactly that charged by AT&T for the same number of lines and same amount of data. AT&T reconfigured its Mobile Share plans in February and has been advertising them heavily.
To think Verizon matched AT&T's 10GB plain is wrong.
To think Verizon matched AT&T's 10GB plain is wrong because AT&T continues the discounts after the phone are paid off and Verizon discontinues the discount after the phones are paid off. And AT&T also offers the discount if you use your own equipment and Verizon does not. The end result is you will pay more than $160. unless your phones are paid off and that will not help with Verizon because you lose the discount then.
It's really not that expensive. Being on Verizon Edge with a 10 GB+ plan also gives you a $20 credit per device on Edge. So if you're regular Edge pricing with say a 3 GB plan the phone is $25, on the 10 GB plan it's only $5. By going to the 10 GB pla... (continues)