Verizon Wireless Changes Smartphone Plans
Apr 14, 2008, 7:47 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Today Verizon made some alterations to its PDA and smartphone data plans. Verizon Wireless E-mail and Web for Smartphone will support up to 10 email accounts and unlimited web browsing for $30 per month. To start, it will only be available with the HTC SMT5800, the XV6800 and the Motorola Q9m. Verizon will make more phones compatible with this new plan over the coming months. Verizon is also offering a hosted email product for small or home office users. The service will use Microsoft's Exchange server and allow customers to sync their business email, calendar and contacts information to their smartphones. The basic plan, which costs $8 per month, will support POP3 and IMAP email and will have 25 MB of email storage and Outlook web access. The premium plan costs $15 per month, and offers 100 MB of storage and other features such as ActiveSync, an Outlook PC client and the ability to expand storage for nominal monthly fees.
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