Verizon Expands 3G Coverage, Announces New Pricing
May 20, 2002, 9:45 AM by (staff)
Verizon Wireless today announced the rollout of the carrier's new Express Network rates, and a number of new markets. Verizon will be offering unlimited usage for a monthly fee of $99.99. Also new are time- and data-based Express Network plans starting at $35 per month. Unlike earlier pricing options, the new plans do not pull from voice plan minutes. Strigl also announced the expansion of the 3G Express Network, beginning tomorrow, in 29 additional markets, including San Diego, Los Angeles, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Vermont and Kansas, with additional coverage added in Texas, Florida and New York.
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