Verizon has just updated the price of its unlimited plans. Users can now pay only $ 70 for the plan, with an additional $ 5 discount if they create autopay. ( Pixabay )
Verizon's unlimited prepaid plans have just become a little cheaper. The Big Red just updated their price plans by cutting a few dollars from the total. The flagship unlimited plan now costs just $ 70.
Additionally, users can get a discount of $ 5, provided they create autopay.
It's a small, yet nice discount, especially since the old plan costs $ 75 per month. In addition, Verizon now also offers a new 8GB plan for $ 45 and a 3GB plan for $ 35. They are not so radical upgrades from previous pricing models ̵
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Verizon plans now also have extra flexibility. Users can now register up to 10 lines in a single account instead of just five, and they can add tablets and mobile phones. Hotspots in the mix at the same prices as it takes to add smartphone lines. Of course, each line gets its own data rotation instead of deducting a shared amount. That means for the 8GB plan, each line gets 8GB worth of mobile data.
For those who are not large on data
The changes mentioned above come into force on November 6th, including the new pricing models and the autopay discount. For those who do not use much data, it is e t cheaper $ 30 option that comes with 500 MB. The updated price points make Verizon an even better value for unlimited, says the company.
Verizon update rates seem to be a direct response to the re-launch of T-Mobile's Metro, whose unlimited options start at just $ 50 and some of which include at least one Google One subscription at no extra charge. Similarly, AT & Ts's unlimited plans are a bit cheaper than Verizon, with plans starting at just $ 45.
As said, Verizon is definitely trying to appeal to more users and be more competitive and for many it can do a lot of sense of subscribing to Big Red if it is the overall carrier in its area.
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