Verizon Bows Plan for Over 65 Set
Sep 4, 2007, 7:50 AM by (staff)
Verizon Wireless created a new calling plan especially for those over age 65 who don't need or may not be interested in the latest features. For $29.99 per month, seniors will get 200 anytime minutes and 500 night and weekend minutes for a single line. A two line plan is also available for $59.99 month, and includes 450 anytime minutes and 1000 night and weekend minutes. The plans are compatible with all Verizon Wireless handsets.
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sprint basic 200, 200 day minutes and UNLIMITED n/w minutes for $29.99/month
and our family plan has them beat as well.
Most of the older people I know still wouldn't come close to that.
300 mins, unlimited weekends - $29.99
Family Plan, 1000 mins - $49.99
700 mins, unlimited n/w, M2m - $59.99
I still don't understand why anyone likes Verizon......
plus this plan is free of the BS sprint network and terrible customer service.
sprint already has this plan
Sprint has has this plan for a long while now! DUH!
Nothing new Verizon, you're just behind the times! 😁
Ahead in sales 🤣 🤣
The SPCS Guy said:
Sprint has has this plan for a long while now!
Sprint's still in business? 😳
$29.99 = 200 anytime 1000 n&w
$59.99 = 550 anytime unlimited m2m and n&w
vzw is a year or so late
what the news posting fails to mentions
when you factor in the unlimited IN calling its a pretty good plan for people who dont talk alot.
All the previous posters are correct...
Why is it you have to have the plan first for it to make it good? Why do you need to have more minutes on what is essentially an emergency plan? If you need more minutes you PAY for them, just like at every other carrier.
And the reason Verizon announces the plans...
Because customers like Verizon, and when Verizon offers something, people care. Maybe not the people reading this, but the majority of the public, which is who they sell to.
TO be honest I could do without the plan, it makes the company less money, which in turn makes me less money. But I recognize its good for the consumer and th...