Report: New Verizon Data Plans Launch July 7

June 20, 2011 -

Gird your loins if you have them, new potential Verizon customers. According to an exclusive report in Droid Life, Verizon will roll out a new tiered data plan on July 7, charging new customers based on how much data they use every month. Verizon will charge $30 a month for 2GB, $50 a month for 5GB, amd $80 a month for 10GB.

If you want to add tethering into the mix it will cost you even more: Verizon will charge $50 a month for 4GB, $70 a month for 7GB, and $100 a month for 12GB. If you go over your monthly amount of data, it will cost you an additional $10 per 1GB.

This plan is for new customers and not those who already have a contract with the provider. The new rates are for both 3G and 4G smartphones. Check out the full report here.

Thanks to Samit Sakar for the tip via Twitter.


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Re: Report: New Verizon Data Plans Launch July 7

So, I guess I have a good deal going paying 100 sek, for 100/100Mbit (up/down)... ;) 

Re: Report: New Verizon Data Plans Launch July 7

On your phone?

Re: Report: New Verizon Data Plans Launch July 7

Dear Net Neutrality,

Suck it.

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Verizon.

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Re: Report: New Verizon Data Plans Launch July 7

P.S.

Swallow.

Re: Report: New Verizon Data Plans Launch July 7

Good lord.  I may have to jump ship on Verizon over this one, those rates are ludicrous.

Re: Report: New Verizon Data Plans Launch July 7

That sucks. Good thing I had already renewed my contract before this tired planned came up. Looks like I'll be heading to sprint next time my contract is up.

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