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Verizon launches More Everything Plan which replaces Share Everything offer

ByinAnnouncements | February 13, 2014

More Everything PlanIn a move to keep up with other carriers making changes to their offer, Verizon introduced today More Everything Plan which replaces the Share Everything Plan. The new offer increases data caps for the same price in some tiers and reduces the cost for several Verizon Edge offerings. The More Everything Plan goes live today for both new and existing Verizon customers. The latter will be moved to the new plan automatically at no additional cost.

Verizon’s More Everything Plan

Verizon New PlanThe More Everything Plan include unlimited talk and text, and add international messaging. As far as data is concerned, current plans range between 250 MB and 50 GB of data per month plus offer 25 GB of cloud storage.

Verizon added more data to some of price tiers so now for $40, $50 or $60 you will get 1 GB, 2 GB and 3 GB of data, respectively, instead of previously offered 500 MB, 1 GB and 2 GB. Other plans you may be interested in include 250 MB for $15, 500 MB for $30 and 4 GB for $70.

The More Everything Plan can be shared among up to ten devices and the price varies depending on the gadget you connect. Bringing a smartphone to the plan costs $40. If you want to add a 4G camera –  the price is $5, while a tablet and USB modem cost $10 and $20 per month, respectively.

Moreover, Verizon Edge customers will see their monthly cost drop by $10 for data plans up to 8 GB, and $20 for 10 GB data plans and above. Not bad, not bad at all Verizon.

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