The wireless carrier service Verizon is bringing back the Unlimited data plan by introducing a new $80 plan which will give unlimited talk time, texts and data starting from today.
This plan will cost $80 for individual and will cost $45 per line on four line family plan. This plan will be billed monthly and it requires both paperless billing and Autopay enabled.
This new plan will be available to all the new and existing members of Verizon. Customers will be able to enjoy full LTE speeds until there data reach 22GB, afterwards will be given reduced speed.
“We fundamentally want you to have more choice. We’re not limiting you to a single plan. If you don’t need unlimited data, we still have 5 GB, S, M, and L Verizon plans that are perfect for you.” said by spokesperson, Ronan Dunne, President of Wireless division Verizon.
Hotspot tethering up to 10GB on LTE Speeds is included in this plan with calls and texts to Canada and Mexico. This plan also allows 500MB per day data roaming in these countries.
If you want to get additional international roaming to other countries, you just need to pay $10 to get 500MB per day LTE TravelPass all over the world.
Verizon pulled off unlimited data offers way back in 2011 but now it seems that company have started to refocus on giving unlimited data with the advancement of phones and internet speeds.