Verizon responds to AT&T by offering more data on $80 & $100 plans, $150 port-in credit

Craving more data for your money? Verizon has just announced that it is upping data allotment on its midrange More Everything plans for a limited time. $80 will now score you 10GB of data per month, while $100 will net you 15GB. Perhaps even better, the deal isn't limited to new customers; existing More Everything customers can get in on the action too.

In addition to the data increase, Verizon is also running a limited promo intended to snag new customers by offering $150 to those who port their numbers over to the carrier in red:

In addition, customers who switch to the nation's largest and most reliable 4G LTE network and purchase a new 4G LTE smartphone with either a two-year contract or under Verizon's popular Edge program will now receive a $150 port-in credit.

Both deals start tomorrow and will run for a limited time, although Verizon didn't state exactly when they will end. Still, this is an interesting response to AT&Ts similar announcement earlier today.

Will you be taking advantage of either of these deals? Let us know what you think in the comments.

Source: Verizon

Dan Thorp-Lancaster