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Verizon Pumps up its Mobile Hotspot Plans

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Jul 29, 2021, 4:03 PM   by Rich Brome   @rbrome

Verizon has launched a new set of plans exclusively for mobile hotspot devices, with more options and more data than previously available. Verizon previously offered the same two plans for all "connected devices", from mobile hotspots to smartwatches, topping out at $30/month for 30 GB of full-speed data. The new plans offer up to 150 GB of full-speed data. The entry-level Essential plan is mostly similar to the old Unlimited plan, offering 15 GB of full-speed data for $20/month. Like the old plan, access to "Ultra Wideband" mmWave 5G is not included, and video streaming is limited to 720p. The new Plus plan offers 50 GB of full-speed data for $40/month. mmWave 5G is included, and customers can stream 4K video when using the mmWave 5G network. The Pro plan steps up to 100 GB of full-speed data for $60/month, while the Premium plan offers 150 GB for $80. The Essential and Plus plans are only offered as an add-on to an existing Verizon account, while the Pro and Premium plans are available as a stand-alone plan for an extra $30/month.

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