Here is good news for users looking for a large data plan on a dependable wireless network -- Verizon Wireless is bringing back its very popular promo prices for its 10 gigabyte and 15 gigabyte More Everything plans.
This means now subscribers of the Big Red can now enjoy 10 gigabytes of shareable data at a price of $80 a month (lowered from the regular $100 a month price), or choose to get 15 gigabytes of shareable data at a price of $100 a month. It should be noted that the pricing does not include what customers will pay in line access fees, but the two plans already include unlimited calls as well as unlimited text messaging.
Costing may vary depending on how subscribers purchase their handset -- either they will pay $40 per line per month in order to connect to the plan (especially for handset purchased on a two-year agreement), or $15 per line per month for handsets purchased outright or via the carrier's Edge early upgrade plan.
To illustrate, a family or group consisting of four members, with four phones purchased via Edge, will have to pay $140 for 10 gigabytes of shareable data each month (for 15 gigabytes of shareable data, the price is $160). That is $60 in total for the four lines of service, including the promo data pricing.
By bringing back its promo pricing for its 10 gigabyte and 15 gigabyte More Everything plans, Verizon Wireless has made its prices a little more competitive than the usual. However, its competitors are also offering deals that are as appealing to customers. For example, Sprint has its 12 gigabyte Family Share Pack, which will cost you $150 per month for four lines of service. Furthermore, its 20 gigabyte Family plan is still available for $160 per month, which is about equal to Verizon's 15 gigabyte promo pricing.
And Sprint is not the only one. As a matter of fact, US Cellular also offers four lines of service with 10 gigabytes of shareable data for $140 per month on Shared Connect plans. However, subscribers will have to bring their own handsets to avail of this pricing. If they want to have set data limits on each line (as opposed to having a shared pool of data), they can also check out similar offers from T-Mobile and even Cricket Wireless.
Still, Verizon's offer is not bad. The good news for subscribers is that the Big Red is still running its $100 bill credit offer for those who decide to port their number from another carrier and activate new Verizon Edge handsets. The offer is available for every new line opened by new subscribers, as long as they purchase a new phone via the Edge upgrade plan.
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