Verizon Wireless Revamps Voice, Text and Data Plans
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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