Verizon might not be willing to dive into the deep end of the carrier pricing war spurred on by T-Mobile’s Uncarrier program, but their newly announced More Everything plans are a start. The plans, which replace Verizon’s Share Everything plan, offer discounts for customers purchasing their phone through the Edge early upgrade program. For some tiers, data is doubled for no additional charge.
Subscribers with a plan allotted 8GB of data or less per month will see $10 less per line charged to their monthly bill (if they are Edge customers). For higher data tiers, the savings increase to $20 per line. Customers with 500MB plans will see their data increased to 1GB. The old 1GB plan increases to 2GB while a new 3GB tier is introduced.
As part of More Everything, each line will receive 25GB of Verizon Cloud storage and offer the ability to add Family Base security for $5 per month. Competing with T-Mobile’s international offerings, Verizon is providing free international texting from within the United States to More Everything subscribers.
More Everything plans replace Share Everything starting today. Existing subscribers will see their plans changed over accordingly.
- How to open a screen sharing session in Messa
- The (10) best Messages features in Yosemite
- How to manage share extensions in Yosemite to
- AT&T offering an additional 5 GB of data
TAGS: More Everything, Verizon