Following its rivals, Verizon brings more data to More Everything plans
Following the lead of AT&T and Sprint, Verizon Wireless will now be giving subscribers of its More Everything plans even more data, though you'll have to sign up this month to qualify. More data begins with the 12 GB plan, which will now net you a 15 GB data bucket each month, and goes all the way up to the 50 GB data plan, which through the promotion will double your data to a whopping 100 GB to consume. That's a lot of Netflix streaming to consume each month!
Verizon says that the promotion starts tomorrow, October 2, and customers have through the end of the month to sign up for the promotional plans.
Are you on a More Everything plan with at least 12 GB of data per month right now? Will you be looking to add more data to your bucket at no extra charge courtesy of Verizon's new promotion?
Source: Verizon (opens in new tab)
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Despite that whole paragraph I wrote I still am not that big into American pride and just think it is foolish to not see the power that America . Even if economically China is more powerful there is still literally no one that comes close to our military might as that is what we put a lot of our funding into. #WayOfTopic
And I'm now paying more monthly (obviously). You pay more to upgrade sooner, that's all it is. A $10 discount on the $40/monthly access fee isn't worth it.