We've heard Verizon say that it expects to roll out family data plans by the middle of this year, and a new leak has seemingly shown that the carrier is still hard at work on those offerings. Sent to Phone Arena by an anonymous source, the image above gives us a glimpse at a "Family Data Usage Calendar" that aims to gather information about a family's data consumption habits in order to help them select an appropriate plan. Unfortunately, there's no information to be had as far as as actual plans or pricing goes.
Verizon has mentioned a couple of times in the past that it intends to offer family data plans that would allow several users to share a bucket of data, so the fact that they're coming is no surprise, but it's good to see that Big Red is still hard at work at getting those plans ready. Now we just have to wait for Verizon to actually make them officially official. Considering that the middle of 2012 is fast approaching, it may not be much longer before that happens. How many of you Verizon folk are looking forward to the introduction of family data plans?