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Verizon Wireless: Unlimited Data Not 'Sustainable'

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wisch_st

Jan 13, 2010, 7:00 PM

News Flash - 5GB is not "Unlimited"

What the heck are they talking about? They already have a 5GB cap on the "Unlimited" data plan.

Where do you go from there to make the limited unlimited data plan more limited? haha

They act like the heavy usage consumers are the greedy ones, yet they don't offer a $15 2GB plan or a $5 500MB plan. In fact they require the $30 "Unlimited" plan to be on the account of anyone with a Smartphone.

This is just a lame push to switch to the dump trucks of cash, pay per text message, style pricing. Next thing you know we will be paying 10 cents a MB, all because forcing everyone into a $30 unlimited plan with a 5GB cap "wasn't sustainable".
Smartphone data plans are unlimited, unless you tether
I have Unlimited...not 5GB.
AndroidRules

Jan 13, 2010, 4:18 PM

So don't use the word "unlimited"

Plain and simple
I'm sure they'll stop when they move to tiered data plans.

I can't wait until I get to start monitoring my data usage!! Hurray!! Sad
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