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Verizon Offering Double the Data Promotion for 4G Phones

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Nov 7, 2011, 9:02 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Verizon Wireless today announced a data promotion that will be available to those who buy smartphones starting November 8. Customers who subscribe to a 4G smartphone data plan will receive double the amount of monthly data. For example, someone who chooses the 2GB plan for $30 per month will receive 4GB of data per month for the same $30. Verizon says the promotion is available to new and existing customers. Existing customers need only change their plan via Verizon's online account controls. For customers who want a smaller data plan, they will be able to add a 300MB plan to any Verizon Wireless smartphone or basic phone for $20 per month with a voice plan.

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Nov 7, 2011, 4:40 PM


Doesn't USCC still have 5GB for $30? While not unlimited, it would be a better buy with their bundled plans for the moderate user if you had USCC in your area.
I think if you get prepaid monthly servie, its still unlimited for $30. The only phone available is the droid x though.

Nov 7, 2011, 10:18 AM


att better follow suit! or I going to Verizon for galaxy nexus with 4gb of lte for only 30$
2gb is just not enought on att!
I wish this promotion stays permanently and it becomes a regulation.
suckers! 🤣 just goes to show you verizon did not have to do away with unlimited data
Mr. Krabs

Nov 7, 2011, 12:32 PM

very nice

i broke contract with t-mobile earlier this year and got 2 unlimited lte plans with thunderbolts before big red murdered unlimited data, maybe they can go back to unlimited data one day soon
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