Verizon Adds XXL 18GB Data Option for $100
Verizon Wireless today debuted a fifth option for data-hungry customers. For a limited time, Verizon is offering an 18GB shared data plan that costs $100 per month. The plan is XX-Large when compared to the Small, Medium, Large, and X-Large plans already available from Verizon. Each data plan comes with unlimited talk and text, and can be shared between up to 10 devices. Extra data is available for $15 per GB. Monthly access charges for smartphones are $20 per month; access charges for tablets and Jetpacks are $10 per month; and access charges for connected devices such as smart watches are $5 per month. Verizon customers can sign up for the new 18GB data plan starting today.
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Call into ATT and tell them you want to cancel - BAM, 20GB plan for $100
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