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2014-11-02T13:17:34Z
Recently, Sprint went on the offensive with its data plan by offering families 1GB of shared data for $20 per month and introducing a double data plan that offers 20GB for $100. In response, Verizon and AT&T have fired back with their own updated data plans to entice consumers over to their services.

On Friday, Verizon announced a price reduction for its $100  and $110 per month plans. Effective November 1, new and existing customers who go with the company’s new "More Everything" plan will receive 10GB for $80 and 15GB for $100. In addition, Verizon is also offering a $150 port-in credit for consumers who switch to their service and purchase a new 4G LTE smartphone with a two-year contract or sign up under its Edge program.


As for AT&T, the company announced that it is also offering updated data plans. While it’s introductory data plans are still the same at $20 (300MB) and $25 (1GB), its other data plans have had the data cap increased. Customers who pay $40 per month will now have a data plan of 3GB, up from 2GB, and $80 offers 6GB instead of 4GB.
ShawnMerrill
2014-11-02T20:12:02Z

I pay 150 a month for 2 iphone an iPad and unlimited everything except 15gb of data.

Pancake Effect
2014-11-03T09:06:18Z

When will we get rid of these data caps......stifles technology sooo much.

MahendraKapadi
StaticFX
2014-11-03T11:18:36Z

I was grandfathered for unlimted data on Verizon for a loooong time.. then, my son was old enough and wanted an iPhone - no way to add him into the plan without choosing a new one 😞  

 

funny thing is - 2 years later, we have only ONCE gone over the 2GB amount. lol

rapid1
2014-11-06T11:05:12Z

As far as it goes me and my wife have two smartphones on 2GB of data and are fine with that we went over it once when I was out of town on business for an extended period (thats when I raised it up to 2 GB) and we have never gone over since in fact usually were below it by about 600 MB or so.