Breakdown: Verizon's new data plans
If Verizon's new tiered, capped data plans make the kind of sense that doesn't, don't worry -- Phil Nickinson from Android Central has broken them down for us. Check out the chart up top for the details, and here are the bullet points:
- If you have Verizon's $29.99 unlimited data plan, you'll be able to keep it after July 7.
- You'll also be able to keep the $29.99 unlimited plan when you upgrade to a new phone. (No word on if there's a pricing difference >- or when that policy could change.)
- If you add a line to an existing account, you'll not be able to chose the $29.99 unlimited data plan.
- If you're a new customer between now and July 7, you'll still be able to choose the $29.99 plan.
Check out AC via the link below for the full set of leaked docs and emails, then come back and tell us what you think of the new rates.
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