Verizon Go Unlimited plans will include coverage in Mexico and Canada

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If you want to get an unlimited plan through Verizon Wireless, you have two main choices – Go Unlimited and Beyond Unlimited. Both plans come with unlimited talk, text, and data, but Beyond Unlimited has a few extra perks such as higher-quality streaming, faster hotspot speeds, etc.

Starting on January 25, Go Unlimited customers will get unlimited talk, text, and data in Mexico and Canada – something that ws previously limited to Unlimited Beyond subscribers.

Just like Unlimited Beyond, coverage in Mexico and Canda for Go Unlimited customers limits 4G LTE data speeds to 500 MB each day. Speeds are reduced to 2G following this but are then reset at midnight EST. Additionally, Go Unlimited plans will now come with unlimited calling from the United States to Mexico and Canada.

Go Unlimited typically costs $10-$20 less than Beyond Unlimited depending on how many lines you have, so it's nice to see one of these perks come to Verizon's more affordable unlimited option.

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Joe Maring was a Senior Editor for Android Central between 2017 and 2021. You can reach him on Twitter at @JoeMaring1.

3 Comments
  • Go T Mobile!!
  • Actually T-Mobile also limits you to 5GB per cycle unless you have the One Plus International. Not sure about Sprint (do they even offer it?) but AT&T is the only one that offers in their unlimited plans unlimited data in both Mexico and Canada. Of course all of them have the fine print of "main usage must happen in the USA" but you get the point...
  • Somebody tell Verizon that there's more than 3 countries in the world. For now, I'll stick with T-Mobile.