Verizon Wireless has quietly launched a new single line plan for its customers that comes at $60 price tag. Under the plan, users can enjoy unlimited talk time and text messages.
In addition, users also receive 2GB of data allowance. Upon exceeding the given limit in a single billing cycle, you have to pay $15 per one GB as an additional fee.
The plan could be good for those smartphone users who don’t require a lot of monthly data allowance — 2GB is a decent limit for a user who just uses his device for basic needs such as social networking, messaging apps, and a little bit of streaming.
AT&T is already offering a similar plan, but it costs a little more than what Verizon is asking for — it comes with a $65 price tag per month, and offers similar allowances. It’s not just AT&T, Sprint is also offering a single line plan for $55 but it comes with 1GB of data usage. T-Mobile also have similar plans, costing $50 for 1GB and $60 for 3GB and so on.
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