Just as we "predicted" in our news leak from yesterday, Verizon just launched their new "More Everything" plans. There aren't really any surprises here; for the most part, everything we included in our report yesterday is simply confirmed. Ultimately, these are basically the same structure as the Share Everything Plans, but you simply get a bit more overall. Keep in mind, you basically need to already be on a Share Everything Data Plan now to even consider this. If still have one of their older grandfathered Unlimited plans, then this will probably not be worth your attention.
Here's the main breakdown:
It appears that Verizon has been dragged into the price wars whether they liked it or not. It also appears they aren't wading too deeply into these wars though. This is a minor blip compared to what T-Mobile, Sprint and even AT&T have been doing with their prices. What do you think?Data: Simplified monthly data allowances that fit their family’s wireless needs. Some customers will see their data allowance doubled for the same monthly price they paid previously.
Verizon Edge: MORE Everything customers who choose Verizon Edge will also be eligible for $10 off monthly smartphone access for data allowances up to 8 GB, and $20 off monthly smartphone access on plans of 10 GB and higher.
Messaging: Unlimited international messaging will be added to unlimited domestic text, picture and video messaging.
Storage: Each MORE Everything line can use up to 25 GB (or up to 250 GB on a 10 line account) of cloud storage from Verizon Wireless, which means customers never lose a contact’s number, cherished photos of the once-in-a-lifetime vacation, or video from a school recital. Cloud storage also means important information is easily available whether devices are upgraded tomorrow or in two years.
Here's the link to Big Red's web landing spot for all the details on these new plans: More Everything Plan - Verizon Wireless