#Verizon Wireless will be revamping the pricing structure of its data plans starting this Thursday, July 7. A new leak has revealed that the carrier is looking to increase prices of its data plans while also offering more data than before. To start with, Verizon will start offering its customers with 2GB of 4G LTE data for $35, while users previously got 1GB of data for $35. So it’s not necessarily bad news for the users.
Bigger data packs have more benefits and will cost only $10 more, so it’s a win-win situation for everybody. For example, the $100 XXL plan with 18GB of data will now cost $110, but will come with 24GB of usable data. That’s a 6GB surplus for just $10, which seems pretty decent.
Here are the complete details of the new plans along with their old pricing:
- S – 2GB for $35 (previously 1GB for $30)
- M – 4GB for $50 (previously 3GB for $45)
- L – 8GB for $70 (previously 6GB for $60)
- XL – 16GB for $90 (previously 12GB for $80)
- XXL – 24GB for $110 (previously 18GB for $100)
Do you welcome the price/data increase? Share your thoughts below.
Via: Droid Life