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Verizon now offering unlimited data plans

2017-02-13 14:14 by


Verizon has announced that it will revive its unlimited data plans. Starting today, the company will offer what it's calling Verizon Unlimited.

The plan will cost $80 for an individual line or $45 for each line on a four-line family plan. Those prices are described as "introductory" and require both paperless billing and AutoPay to be enabled.

Users will get unlimited talk, text, and data. There is a catch though. They will get full LTE speeds until they reach 22GB of usage. After using 22GB of data in a single billing cycle, Verizon says it "may" throttle the connection during times of network congestion.

The plans also include unlimited calling and text to Canada and Mexico. When in Mexico and Canada, customers will also get unlimited talk, text, and data, but only the first 500MB of data are at 4G LTE speeds.

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