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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.

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

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


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


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.