Verizon Brings Back Unlimited Data Plan

On Sunday night, Verizon Wireless jumped into the "Unlimited Data" fray by offering an Unlimited plan for the first time in five years.

This helps Verizon join the ranks of T-Mobile and Sprint who have offered various unlimited plans for a few years. AT&T offers an Unlimited plan only for DirecTV subscribers.

Some long-time customers have been grandfathered in from Verizon's earlier "unlimited" data offering, but may see a benefit from moving to this new plan.

Here are the details to help you decide if it's something that might save you some money:

  • Unlimited take, text & data
  • If you use more than 22GB of data in a billing cycle, Verizon MAY slow access to your line if you live in a congested network location
  • 10GB per month per line of 4G LTE tethering, drops to 3G speeds after 10GB
  • Unlimited calls & texts to Mexico & Canada
  • When traveling in Mexico & Canada, unlimited talk text and data. Only first 500 MB of data are at 4G LTE speeds, then drop to 2G.
  • Full quality HD video (not throttled)

Single-line plans cost $80. Family plans start at $100+$20 each additional line.

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