In what I call a not too surprising move Verizon has finally decided to rejoin the Unlimited Data party. Facing competition from other wireless operators such as Sprint and T-Mobile it was just a matter of time as they have used that to strive in this market at this point. Now with Verizon adding Unlimited Data to their catalog it only leaves major wireless operator AT&T left. I wouldn’t be surprised if they do something within the next week or so as well.
- $80 for unlimited data, talk and text on your smartphone with paper-free billing and AutoPay.
- $45 per line for four lines with unlimited data, talk and text on your smartphones and tablets with paper-free billing and AutoPay.
On all Verizon Unlimited plans you get our fast LTE speeds. To ensure a quality experience for all customers, after 22 GB of data usage on a line during any billing cycle we may prioritize usage behind other customers in the event of network congestion. While we don’t expect to do that very often, network management is a crucial tool that benefits all Verizon customers. If you’re on Verizon Unlimited, you’ll have the same coverage and reliability as everybody else.You can add a connected smart watch, GizmoPal, or other connected device for just $5 each month. Get TravelPass for $10 per day (500 MB/day limit; 2G speeds after that) while overseas. Mobile Hotspot with 10 GB of 4G LTE data is included at no charge (after 10 GB you’ll get 3G data speeds).
To switch to Verizon Unlimited beginning Monday, February 13, visit https://www.verizonwireless.com/