The number of people using LTE network is constantly increasing, and it seems like a reasonable move to try to meet the customers’ rising demand for this type of connectivity. According to the special study report mobile data use will increase by 325% by the end of 2018, so no wonder that the US two biggest carriers want to take advantage of the gaining on popularity LTE network. Few days ago AT&T announced adding some extra data to their plans offer and just right now the competing company, Verizon, is doing exactly the same. So if you feel like you need some more data for your smartphone, you may be interested in the Verizon new More Everything plan promotion.
Verizon new More Everything plan promotion.
Verizon Wireless had just announced that they are increasing data package on its mid-range More Everything plan, giving their customers the opportunity to get 10GB of data per month for just $80. If 10GB is still not enough for you, you may also take 15GB allotment for $100 per month. Previously, the plan offered 6GB for $80 and 10GB for $100.
What’s even more interesting the new deal, although limited in time, isn’t limited as it comes for the carriers’ customers. It doesn’t matter whether you’re an existing customer or a new one, the new More Everything promotion refers to both groups of the network’s users. The offer won’t activate automatically, existing customers need to log into their Verizon’s accounts and choose the new plan.
Additionally, Verizon is also offering a new limited promotion, which aims at drawing larger number of new customers, within frames of which every new customer who want to switch their number to Verizon and get a new 4G LTE smartphone through signing a two-year contract or under Verizon’s Edge program will be granted with an extra $150 port-in credit. Too good to be true? Maybe, but we checked the every single detail of the offer and, honestly, there’s no catch in it.
Both promotions are available starting from November, 1st and as already mentioned they are for limited time. Unfortunately, the carrier didn’t define the exact expiry date of the deals. So if you’re interested in getting more data for less, don’t wait too long, just go and visit the carrier’s store, remember the offer won’t be there forever.
more info: Verizon