Verizon Allowing Customers to Send Data as a Gift
Nov 24, 2015, 12:58 PM by Eric M. Zeman
Verizon Wireless today made it possible for subscribers to send one another the gift of data access. Verizon customers can send 1GB of LTE 4G data to family/friends for $10. Gifted data will be billed directly to the sender's account. The data can be purchased through the Verizon Messages app or Verizon's web site. Verizon said an update to the Verizon Messages app for Android, being pushed out today, adds the data-gifting feature.
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Verizon says they want to be in the giving mood as well and will sell customers the ability to give 1GB of data for $10.... LOL