Verizon Offers Cheaper 250MB Shared Data Option
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Jan 21, 2014, 8:41 AM by Eric M. Zeman
Verizon Wireless recently added a new choice to its Share Everything plans. The company quietly made a 250MB option available that costs only $20 per month. For smartphone users, the Share Everything plans require a $40 per month line charge, and then a separate data charge. The $40 buys unlimited voice minutes and messaging. The 250MB plan is meant to appeal to those who hardly use mobile data, but still want the benefits of a smartphone when needed. The next option up offers 500MB for $40 per month, and so on up to 6GB for $80.
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