Verizon Launches Its Best Unlimited Plan, Here Are The Details

Verizon finally made a rather surprising offer, announced unlimited data plan that will delight subscribers who want an unlimited wireless amount of 4G LTE data. Here’s how Verizon Unlimited stacks up against Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T’s own “unlimited” plans in the United States.


Details regarding Verizon’s new unlimited plan comes attached with a few caveats, as you might expect from anything that has “unlimited” in the name, but it essentially provides access to all-you-can-consume 4G LE data, as many texts as needed, and lasts for as long as needed, all for a monthly fee of $80, or $45.

The plans are competitively priced. Sprint last month increased the cost of its own unlimited data service by $10, but at $70 a month, it’s still more affordable. T-Mobile’s unlimited data service is the same as Verizon’s in case for $80 a month.

Verizon is offering the plan with two different shades: “$80 for unlimited data, talk and text on your smartphone with paper-free billing and AutoPay, or $45 per line for four lines with unlimited data, talk and text on your smartphones and tablets with paper-free billing and AutoPay.”

Best part to note is that nothing is ever unlimited in this modern world, and Verizon’s new plan is no different. First of all, any subscriber using more than 22GB of data across 4G LTE, will then be pushed down the pecking order in terms of connectivity importance and priority. Such subscribers looking to consume 4G LTE data will be prioritized ahead of those heavy unlimited plan subscribers. For any mobile device, 22GB is not a smaller package of cellular data to consume, but for the heavy users out there it’s certainly not beyond the realms of possibility.


With Verizon unlimited data plan goes live tomorrow signals price war to come. Additionally, hotspot tethering will also be capped on the plan. Subscribers will only be able to access 10GB of 4G data before the system pushes their hotspot connections onto the 3G network. As said already, the data on the network is uncapped, meaning that additional charges will not incur for extremely high and consistent usage, but subscribers will be De-prioritized where necessary to provide a fair and stable experience to all Verizon customers.

From the past year, Verizon Wireless has been under all-out attack from smaller rivals and the two big challenges have cut prices and today, the network carrier includes a $65 fee for the unlimited data, and then $20 line access fee. Verizon will deduct $5 a month from your bill if you sign-up for AutoPay and Paperless billing, bringing you down to $80 a month before taxes. There’s also the addition of up to 500 MB/day roaming allowance for Verizon customers who are traveling in Canada or Mexico at no additional cost.

The plan is available from today, with subscribers able to sign up immediately for the $80 unlimited plan. Just keep in mind the above limitations and ensure that you can work within those confines.

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