Verizon Introduces Unlimited Calling Plans
Feb 19, 2008, 8:39 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Today Verizon Wireless announced a new range of calling plans that include unlimited voice minutes, and bundle in additional services such as email, Internet access and messaging. The Nationwide plans have three options, Basic, Select and Premium. For $100 per month, subscribers will get unlimited nationwide calling plus mobile web 2.0 Internet. For $120 per month, subscribers will also get unlimited SMS and MMS messaging, and $140 per month adds V CAST Video, VZ Navigator, and mobile email. Verizon also added unlimited options to its Family Share plans and PDA plans. Smartphone and BlackBerry users will pay $130 per month for unlimited domestic voice, e-mail and Internet access. Paying $150 adds unlimited messaging. Lastly, Verizon introduced new BroadbandAccess plans. Subscribers can pay $40 per month for 50MB of wireless data or $60 per month for 5GB of wireless data. Going over the limit on the 50MB plan will cost an extra $1 for each MB, and for the 5GB plan will cost 50 cents for each MB.
|OK Verizon Time To Step Up or Lose Me To Sprint.||Foneteck||
|This is good news!||ygbhen||
|THIS IS GOOD NEWS? NOT REALLY||Foneteck||
|And the cycle repeats....||jmac32here||
|Unlimited calling but cap on data?||BLubak1||
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