Rogue First Verizon Feature Phone to Require Data Plan
Today Verizon Wireless and Samsung announced the Rogue messaging device. Customers interested in this phone will have to subscribe to a minimum $10 monthly data plan. The $10 allows for 25MB of data. Users can also opt for a $20 plan that provides for 75MB of data if they wish. Previously, mandatory data plans were reserved only for smart or advanced phones. Verizon hasn't said if/when more of its features phones will require this new data plan.
Verizon Intros Monster Data Promo, Too
Verizon Wireless today followed AT&T and Sprint with its own limited big data offering. Beginning October 2, Verizon customers with shared lines can increase their data allotments significantly.
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 Brings Back 2 GB Data Promo
Verizon Wireless has resurrected its bonus LTE data program for people who subscribe to its XL and XXL plans. For a limited time, customers who upgrade or activate a new phone with a device payment will receive a 2 GB data bonus per month "for life." The 2 GB of bonus data is available to each line on a plan up to 10 lines.
Verizon Offering Bonus Data to Family Plan Subscribers
Verizon Wireless says families of four can get 16 GB of mobile data for $150 per month thanks to a new bonus data promotion. Verizon charges $70 per month for its 8 GB (or, L) plan.
And so it begins...
In a few years, I'd expect that ALL devices will require txt or data.
Since txt messaging is HIGHLY profitable venture (vs. data), they'd rather you purchase txt messaging.
I think T-Mobile pay as you go sidekick plan is great. It's ...
Don't know if any AT&T reps noticed this but...
espnmvp will be part of the Vcast VOD, which is unlimited usage (for that program) for $10 a month. This does not include web surfing.
I will pay got one today its sweet
WOW thats kinda high isn't it?
25mb's & 75mb's AKA. . .