Verizon Hiking Plans Prices; Offering Extra Data Too
Verizon will soon be making changes in its plans and is reported to be making them more expensive, but to include more data.
Sources familiar to the changes said the low-end “S” plan will see a hike of $5 making the price to $35 a month. The wireless carrier to offer 2GB of data with it, 2x of earlier offer.
The “M” plan too will see a hike of same $5 and the new price will be $50 a month. With the new price the company too offer 4GB of data instead of 3GB.
Similarly the “L” plan too will see price change. The $60 price will now be $70 a month and the data will go up to 8GB from 6GB.
There will be a hike of $10 in the “XL” plan and the new price will be $90 a month. The carrier to offer data of 16GB under the plan instead of earlier offered 12GB.
The “XXL” plan will now cost $110, up from $100 a month. The data offered under the plan will be 24GB instead of 18GB.
The additional data reflects customers need more data as mobile internet is not just limited checking emails and web browsing. Live-streaming and Netflix are also getting popular lately.
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