Verizon has been top dog as far cell phone providers go in the U.S. If you line up ten customers I’m willing to bet money that at least seven of them will say Verizon has the best service. The only problem is Verizon is also the most expensive out of all the major carriers in the United States. Sprint & T-mobile have been on their heels the past few years offering various data plans to combat Verizon.
Verizon must be feeling the heat because they’ve decided to restore their unlimited data plan. According to our informant, “as of February 13th, the carrier is launching a Verizon Unlimited tier that gives you unlimited US data, calls and texting for $80 per month ($45 per line for a family of four).”
This is great news, but there is one catch. Verizon does reserve the right to throttle you if they see you exceeding 22GB’s of data in a single month. That’s not a big deal in my opinion because I rarely use more than 10GB’s in a single month. You literally have to be on your phone 24/7 with no wifi to exceed 20Gb’s of phone data. If you’re a frequent traveler, then you should know
“if you travel to Canada or Mexico, you’ll get calling and texting to those countries as well as 500MB per day of full-speed data.”
This is why competition is important people. T-Mobile stepping their game up benefits us all. I think I might have to make that switch to Verizon once my contract is up with Sprint. Anyone else considering making that switch to the big red?Tech,Tec