Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Verizon Wireless Announces New Unlimited Voice Plans Big Red Plans Include Unlimited Talk & Text Paired with โ€�Robustโ€ Data

Just as we told you yesterday Verizon has big plans in mind, and by
plans I do mean a change in your regular voice and data plans. Verizon s
intentions, leaked yesterday, and covered here on TFTS, have now been
made official.
Big Red announced some new unlimited voice plans that include unlimited
talk and text �to pair with robust data plans. � Well that sounds
exotic, doesn t it? But will it meet your monthly needs?
As expected, the new data plans will be available starting with next
Monday, January 18.The new Nationwide Unlimited Talk plan lets customers
make unlimited calls within the U.S. for $69.99 per month. If you want
to add some SMS messages to that then you should probably get the new
Nationwide Unlimited Talk and Text Plan which includes unlimited �text,
picture and video messages � for $89.99 per month.
There are also some Nationwide Family SharePlans to choose from.
Nationwide Unlimited Talk Family SharePlans will cost you $119.99 per
month while adding the unlimited text in the Nationwide Unlimited Talk
and Text Family SharePlans will cost you an extra $30 per month. The
Family plans include two lines of service but then you ll be able to add
more once you need them.
The �robust � data plans start at $9.99 per month, a plan that will be
required for all 3G multimedia phones and which includes up to 25MB of
monthly traffic. The previous $19.99 data package has been discontinued
which means you ll pay less if you choose the basic data plan to be
bundled with your regular voice and text plans.
Those of you opting for an Android, BlackBerry or Windows Mobile device
will be required to get data plans starting at $29.99. Everyone else
using �Simple Feature phones � will pay $1.99 per used megabyte in case
they don t want to pick any of the available data plans.
Now we ll be all waiting for Verizon to drop those ETFs, right folks?
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