Verizon Wireless just announced their return to unlimited data; and it is now available. The new plans fall in line with other providers going back to unlimited data options. When questioned about network congestion that may come from the unlimited plans, the president of their wireless division, Ronan Dunne stated:
“We’ve built our network so we can manage all the activity customers undertake. Everything we’ve done is to provide the best experience on the best network – and we’ve built it for the future, not just for today,”
The details behind what Dunne stated means that Verizon will give all “Verizon Unlimited” customers 22Gb of the data per month of guaranteed LTE speeds that can/will be throttled down in the event of possible congestion. The plans start at approximately $80 per month before taxes and fees for single lines and advertised as low as $45 per line for plans with 4 lines. The unlimited plan requires that you go paperless and are set up on auto-payments.
With Verizon’s LTE speeds averaging 5-12Mbps down and 2-5Mbps up this makes it a viable option for businesses that are in rural parts of the country as well as mobile professionals.
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