Verizon Wireless Revamps Voice, Text and Data Plans
Jan 15, 2010, 8:29 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Verizon Wireless today introduced sweeping changes to its voice, texting and data plans. Beginning January 18, Verizon will be offering unlimited individual talk plans for $70 per month, and unlimited talk and text for $90. Unlimited FamilyShare voice plans will cost $120 and unlimited FamilyShare talk and text will cost $150 (includes two lines of service). As for data, Verizon Wireless says that all new Verizon Wireless 3G multimedia phone activations will require a 25MB data plan for $10 per month. That includes mobile email. New phones requiring this $10 data plan include the LG Chocolate Touch, enV3, and VX8360; the Motorola Entice W766; the Nokia 7705 Twist; and the Samsung Alias 2. Simple feature phones will have the option of including the $10 data plan, but can also choose to pay $1.99 per megabyte in a la carte fashion. Last, Verizon has also retooled its prepaid options. Those wishing for voice and text service without contracts can pay $75 per monthly for unlimited voice and $95 for unlimited voice and text. Existing customers will not need to change their plans until their current contract expires.
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