Nexus with Verizon and data plans?

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  1. pilot25

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    Are they still grandfathering in unlimited data plans?
     
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    Buddy of mine just got grandfathered, when he got his Bionic about 2 weeks ago.
     
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    dezymond Tech Support Mod Staff Member Premium Member

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    They should, it's what they're supposed to do.

    If you read that note about the Nexus I believe that was towards new customers or people considering getting a smartphone.
     
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    You already are grandfathered into unlimited data if you currently have a smartphone, the day Verizon stops people from keeping unlimited data and upgrading, you will know. People will not be too happy, but for now your fine.
     
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    I know the grandfathering applies to the unlimited part, but how much extra does it cost for the new 4g plan
     
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    No premium for 4g, only sprint is dumb enuf to do that.

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