A leaked memo from Verizon shows that the carrier will no longer offer its entry-level capped data plan smartphones, requiring new iPhone 4 customers to buy the $30-per-month unlimited offering. That’s from an article at Apple Insider this morning. It looks like there will be no more lower level data plan for the iPhone 4 […]
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Verizon Will Only Offer $30 Unlimited Data Plan for iPhone 4 Users?

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A leaked memo from Verizon shows that the carrier will no longer offer its entry-level capped data plan smartphones, requiring new iPhone 4 customers to buy the $30-per-month unlimited offering.

That’s from an article at Apple Insider this morning. It looks like there will be no more lower level data plan for the iPhone 4 (or any smartphone) from Verizon – as they’re going to ditch their smaller $15/month for 150MB plan.

If the report proves accurate this will be another substantial difference between Verizon and AT&T – as the latter still offers an entry-level $15/month data plan for smartphones. Also, AT&T’s top-level plan costs less than Verizon’s (at $25/month) but is limited at 2GB; whereas Verizon’s is unlimited (although it will be interesting to see the fine print on that, as generally there is always a limit, even on so-called unlimited plans).

What do you think of having only one data plan option with Verizon?

News Via: Apple Insider

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