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Verizon Quietly Drops Pricing for Single Lines

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Aug 18, 2014, 11:15 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Verizon Wireless introduced a new, cheaper plan over the weekend that applies to single lines of service. The plan costs $60 per month and includes unlimited talk/text and 2GB of data. The monthly price drops further to $50 for customers who finance their handset via Verizon Edge. Data overage charges cost $15 per 1GB. The same service offering previously cost $90 per month under the company's More Everything plans, which required a $40 connection charge per line plus $50 for the minutes, messages, and data. The $60 pricing was previously available only to select customers as a loyalty incentive. Sprint may unveil new, cheaper plans as soon as August 19 during a scheduled press conference. Carriers are increasingly looking to service pricing as a way to compete, which benefits customers.

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Aug 18, 2014, 2:10 PM

Overpriced still

And yet it's still more money than I pay for 5GB with at&t under an older plan. With unlimited mobile to any mobile, they're almost exactly the same.

2GB with 23% discount: $38.50
Phone access Line: $40
EDGE Discount: -$10
iPhone 5S- $32
Verizon "More Everything" $100.50 for 2GB Yikes! And this is with a 23% discount! (Verizon's single line 2GB plan with a 2 year contract is about $5-11 cheaper than "more everything" depending on the contract phone price.

450 minutes, 5GB data: $69.29
Unlimited Texting & M2AM (Loyalty): $10
iPhone ($199/24): $8.29
at&t $87.58 5GB with an equal 23% off

You don't even want to see my old VZW unlimited plan (too bad the coverage was bad in Delaware) but i...
For the average single line, Prepaid is the way to go nowadays.

Verizon's prepaid plan is a better deal than their postpaid now and i never thought it'd see the day.
Wow your plan way way overpriced. I have 1 line for less than half what you are paying after taxes and I have unlimited data. 2000 min and unlimited text for $40 a month on AT&T.
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