Verizon is making some changes to its lineup of connected device plans this week.
First up, a new Unlimited Plus plan that's priced at $30 per month. Tablets on this plan get unlimited 5G (mmWave) data and unlimited 4G LTE data with 30GB of "premium data", which means that after 30GB of usage in a single month, your data may be slowed during times of congestion. Tablets also get unlimited mobile hotspot usage, including 30GB at 4G LTE speeds per month and then 600Kbps after.
Jetpacks, MiFis, and mobile hotspots on the Unlimited Plus plan get 50GB of 5G speeds per month and then 3Mbps after that. There's also unlimited mobile hotspot usage, with 30GB at 4G LTE speeds.
The $20 per month Unlimited plan that offers unlimited 4G LTE data, 15GB of which is "premium data", as well as unlimited mobile hotspot with 15GB at 4G LTE speeds. Jetpacks, MiFis, and hotspots on the $20 Unlimited plan get unlimited mobile hotspot, with 15GB at 4G LTE speeds.
Finally, there's a new $10 Unlimited plan for smartwatches. This is down from the $20 per month that the smartwatch plan used to cost. The plan includes unlimited 4G LTE data, 15GB of which is "premium data", as well as unlimited talk and text.
Verizon says that existing customers with a smartwatch plan will automatically receive this new lower pricing.