Verizon Revamps Plans, Offering S, M, L, and XL Sizes
Verizon Wireless today refreshed its service plans in an attempt to make them easier for consumers to understand. The company is offering four basic plans, each of which includes unlimited talk and text, and varied buckets of shared data. The Small plan costs $30 per month and includes 1GB of data, the Medium plan costs $45 per month and includes 3GB of data, the Large plan costs $60 per month and includes 6GB of data, and the X-Large plan costs $80 per month and includes 12GB of data. These prices don't include access charges or device payments. Each smartphone line costs $20 per month to add to the service plan, while tablets and dongles cost $10, and wearables cost $5. So, a Large plan with two smartphones sharing the 6GB of data would cost $100 per month ($60 + $20 + $20) before taxes, fees, and device payments. Verizon will charge data overage fees of $15 per 1GB. According to Verizon, existing More Everything customers (contract or month-to-month) can stay with their current plan through the end of their contract or switch to the new plans right away. Any customer choosing these refreshed plans must purchase a smartphone using monthly payments — no more subsidies, no more contracts. Verizon is doing away with the "Verizon Edge" branding for device payments moving forward. The new service plans go into effect August 13.
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So arrogant & not accommodating to their customers but what choice do we have??
175.00 for 25GB
225.00 for 30GB
300.00 for 40GB
375.00 for 50GB
450.00 for 60GB
600.00 for 80GB
750.00 for 100GB
These are all of the consumer data plans offered past the S M L XL plans form Verizon Wireless
And on the poi...
I guess no more smartphones for me
$30- 1 gig
$90 Phone Payment for a new GS6 (Around $30) so basically what you pay now and you get a GS6 for $0 down not $200. Math is hard but sounds like you wi...
What happens to other plans?
The new plans S M L XL are the standard plans but VZW will offer plans up to 100GB
No contracts. No subsides. No value.
T-Mobile started the "no contract" , "payment plan for your device" deals.
Now , Verizon is just following along.
The fact of the matter is subsidized cell phones are expensive fore cellco to maintain, The FACT the point of the 2yr contract was to help the company recoup he cost of subsidized equipment....
The Real Facts...
New plans $108 phones ($80 17% discount $20 $20 )
So as long as they get phones around $30 a month each they will get a better price and 2gig mor...
Larger than 12gb plans
End of contracts?
Why would anyone pick these expensive plans?!!
Glad I'm no longer on Verizon