Verizon wireless has announced the launch of a new unlimited data plan in the US, the plan will cost you $80 a month and comes with unlimited data, calls and texts.
The company is also offering a family plan which will cost you $45 per line for up to four lines, although Verizon is advertising this as an unlimited plan, if you go over 22GB of data in a month then they may throttle your data.
On all Verizon Unlimited plans you get our fast 4G LTE speeds. To ensure a quality experience for all customers, after 22 GB of data usage on a line during any billing cycle we may prioritize usage behind other customers in the event of network congestion. You will still enjoy 4G LTE data speeds after you’ve used 22 GB of data, unless there is congestion on the network.
If you have already used 22 GB on a particular line during your current billing cycle AND you are on a cell site that is congested at that moment, your download may be temporarily queued behind other Verizon customers. This may result in slightly slower download speeds for a period of time, maybe as long as stopping at a traffic light, or as long as being caught in rush hour traffic. But once congestion on the particular cell site clears up, you will go back to 4G LTE speeds – even if you have used 22 GB of data.
You can find out more details about the new Verizon Unlimited data plan over at the company’s website at the link below.
Source Verizon Wireless