Verizon 10GB and 15GB data plans bow to price slash, now $80 and $100
In response to AT&T’s reduction in the price of their 6GB shared data plan by $10 or 13%, to $70 a month, Verizon has accordingly slashed the price of their 10GB plan to match the surging competition.
Being the largest carrier in the United States ain’t easy, and being the only CDMA network amongst the top four major carriers makes it’s harder for Verizon. However, the carrier is managing to keep things on track.
The Big Red network also reduced the prices of their 15GB data plan from $110 to $100. And what’s more? Families can share up to 50% of the purchased data plan.
Meanwhile, Sprint seems to be the cheapest carrier in terms of data these days by offering int is offering 20GB of shared data for just $100. For a while, T-Mobile offered unlimited 4G LTE data, minutes, and messaging at $80 per month but the package seems to have been capped now at 5GB data usage.
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