Verizon Makes It Easier to Join 'More Everything' Plan
Verizon Wireless today said it will allow more customers to switch to its More Everything plans. Beginning April 17, customers who have month-to-month service can switch to a More Everything plan in order to take advantage of the monthly service savings. According to Verizon, phones moved to More Everything plans with less than 8GB of data will save $10 per month, while those moved to More Everything plans with 10GB (and up) will save $25 per month. Further, Verizon will also allow customers to add a compatible phone they already own to More Everything plans for either $15 or $30 per month, depending on options. Verizon says four smartphones with 10GB of data will run $160 per month - the same as AT&T. The ability to switch to More Everything plans is a limited-time promotion, but Verizon didn't say when the promotion will end.
Verizon Installs 200 GB Cap On Unlimited Customers
Verizon Wireless plans to cut off customers who use 200 GB of data in any given month, even if those customers are grandfathered in on unlimited plans. These customers will have to agree to switch to a more limited plan or face loss of service.
Boost Offering to Slice MetroPCS, Cricket Bills In Half
Boost Mobile today introduced a limited promotion aimed at enticing MetroPCS and Cricket Wireless customers to switch. Boost will cut the monthly service fees in half for Metro and Cricket customers that sign up for Boost service between now and July 20.
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.
Verizon Revamps Plans, Offering S, M, L, and XL Sizes
Verizon Wireless today refreshed its service plans in an attempt to make them easier for consumers to understand. The company is offering four basic plans, each of which includes unlimited talk and text, and varied buckets of shared data.