Verizon Wireless In Trials With $100 Unlimited Plan
Aug 18, 2010, 1:38 PM by Philip Berne
Verizon Wireless is offering select customers in Los Angeles and San Diego a $99 monthly plan that includes unlimited talking, text messaging and data usage. Normally, Verizon offers an unlimited talk and text option for $90, but in those California markets, the plan is now on offer for $70. With a $30 unlimited data plan for smartphone devices, the total price has now dropped to $100. This competes directly with Sprint, which also offers its Simply Everything plan for $99. Similarly, T-Mobile offers a $100 all-in plan, and the carrier will cut that to $80 with no annual contract if you don't buy a phone at a subsidized price.
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But on the other hand, this could just be another step to get users used to the idea of data. I wouldn't be surprised if th...
Sure would be nice to see a cheap nunlimited 2-line family plan!
Verizon drops their price
+Sprint and everyone else just keep going lower to stay the better value
is the data pack
Is it a fail when you don't even know what Sprint offers?
Hmmm... Not bad... But no Blackberry... Sprint still beats them
unlimited plan is $70 + $30 blackberry plan= $100
Or are you talking about the corporate bes rate of $45. In that case I am thinking you would be 70+45= $115. At any rate why no Blackberry?
No one's mentioned...
AT&T... You're up!
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