Earlier this month, Verizon tweaked the pricing for its larger More Everything plans to match the changes that AT&T made earlier this year. Now the big red carrier is making a couple more alterations to its shared data plans, this time benefitting those folks on month-to-month plans and those that already own their own Verizon-compatible phone.
Verizon has announced that starting on April 17, existing subscribers that are on month-to-month contracts can sign up for a More Everything plan and receive a discounted monthly access fee. Verizon typically charges a $40 monthly line access fee on More Everything plans, but month-to-month customers will only pay $30 on a plan with 8GB of data or less. Those subscribers that opt for a 10GB or larger plan will pay $15 per month per line.
In addition to that offer for existing customers, Verizon says that new customers can get similar prices on a More Everything plan when they bring their own Verizon-compatible smartphone to the carrier. This promo will also kick off on April 17.
Verizon says that its latest offers will be available “for a limited time.” However, it doesn’t specify exactly how limited that time will be. The carrier’s full announcement can be found at the link below.
Via Verizon Wireless