Verizon Quietly Drops Pricing for Single Lines
Verizon Wireless introduced a new, cheaper plan over the weekend that applies to single lines of service. The plan costs $60 per month and includes unlimited talk/text and 2GB of data. The monthly price drops further to $50 for customers who finance their handset via Verizon Edge. Data overage charges cost $15 per 1GB. The same service offering previously cost $90 per month under the company's More Everything plans, which required a $40 connection charge per line plus $50 for the minutes, messages, and data. The $60 pricing was previously available only to select customers as a loyalty incentive. Sprint may unveil new, cheaper plans as soon as August 19 during a scheduled press conference. Carriers are increasingly looking to service pricing as a way to compete, which benefits customers.
2GB with 23% discount: $38.50
Phone access Line: $40
EDGE Discount: -$10
iPhone 5S- $32
Verizon "More Everything" $100.50 for 2GB Yikes! And this is with a 23% discount! (Verizon's single line 2GB plan with a 2 year contract is about $5-11 cheaper than "more everything" depending on the contract phone price.
450 minutes, 5GB data: $69.29
Unlimited Texting & M2AM (Loyalty): $10
iPhone ($199/24): $8.29
at&t $87.58 5GB with an equal 23% off
You don't even want to see my old VZW unlimited plan (too bad the coverage was bad in Delaware) but i...
Verizon's prepaid plan is a better deal than their postpaid now and i never thought it'd see the day.