$80 now the entry point for a single smart phone with 500MB of data
Amidst a flurry of news today, Verizon made a simple change to its "Share Everything" plan structure that added a new lower-cost tier with a smaller data bucket. Possibly a reaction to AT&T's new lower-tier plans, Verizon now offers a 500MB plan at $40 per month, undercutting the previous bottom-end 1GB plan at $50.
As you already know Verizon has eliminated their unlimited data plan, and all new lines and upgrades will require you to pick from one of their new data plans. With the Samsung Galaxy S III pre-orders beginning to arrive in the hands of lucky owners, there are a few reports of activation of the device causing their unlimited data plans to wrongfully be removed from their plan. If you placed your...
Just a quick heads up to you Verizon peeps -- who by now should have seen this -- that Big Red apparently is discontinuing its "My Verizon Data Widget." That's the handy little tool that would show your data usage right on your homescreen, without having to navigate VZW's website to find the same info. It was a handy little bugger, especially in a day and age when unlimited data's going the way...
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