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  1. jmans8666

    jmans8666 New Member

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    I don't know if this is where I should post this.... But I heard that Verizon got rid of its unlimited internet plans? Is this true? Thank you

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    Yes it's true.

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    What are they offering now

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    I can't believe they would do something like that. I'm probably gonna switch to Sprint cause they least have unlimited internet and I know many people who have said the same thing

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    If you already on an unlimited plan with verizon you are able to keep it, only new accounts can't have it.

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    So when my contract is up and I get a new phone will I still have unlimited internet because I'm keeping the same account?

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    Yes. If you already have unlimited you can keep it.

    But it's irrelevant for most people. You ever go over 2 GB in a month anyway?

    Don't get me wrong, I want to keep my unlimited plan. But I don't use near 2GB anyway. I am almost always indoors connected to my home wi-fi or connected to my work wi-fi. This is also why I am not too excited about 4G.

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    Well I use a lot of internet. I don't connect to wireless because it drains battery way too fast.

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    Generally I've found battery life to be much better on wi-fI. I think that's the case for most unless you have a very strong 3G/4G signal and weak wi-fi.

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    Same with everyone else. Wifi saves battery.
     
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    I live in a 3g area, turning off 4g on my phone has dramatically increased battery life on my phone.

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    I don't know if it actually saves battery but WiFi is pretty easy on the battery compared to other phones I have had.