If it is an intro pricing it'd be worth it to jump on the Bolt now to lock in the rate. But what happens if they do increase it by the time your contract is up? Will you still be locked into the price or since you're signing a new contract you have to pay a new rate?
Actually you are grandfathered in so long as your phone number is active on Verizon and your plan for that phone number does NOT change (dumbphone, then switch back to smartphone, etc). If you cancel service on your phone line then re-join verizon and reactivate the number, then you lose unlimited 3G/4G, assuming unlimited is temporary.
But that's terrific! No price change AND unlimited! Truly the best we could have hoped for. I see my Dinc going on eBay haha
i wonder how this will work too. I live in a rural area and the nearest 4g is in Boston almost 60 miles away. I don't live or work there and I expect it will be sometime before I get 4g where I live.
I sure don't want to pay a lot more when I know that 99% of the time I will be using 3g, at least until Verizon expands its network.
LTE is remaining at $29.99 according to Droid-Life...at least for now.
I wouldn't have an issue of $45 for 3G/4G IF, and I do mean IF it includes tethering. Otherwise its a non starter.
Im fairly certain that verizon grandfathers older plans for the life of the active phone number,
At least when they took away unlimited global data for new users it was talked about in moderate depth on the D2G section, and a lot of guys who've had the unl overseas plan get to keep it at no price change, if i recall correctly.
Sent from the Blue Falcon cockpit on my D2G