Those crafty folks over at Big Red are being clever with two nondescript launches of new pricing plans. Without any fan-faire or fancy PR campaigns (or even a friendly mention in a press release) Verizon just added two new single-line plans to their lineup. One is a super-secret 2GB $60 "SAVE" plan, but has some restrictions for you to qualify. The other is a $75 2GB plan. Here's how they work: $75 Single Line 2GB Plan = sign-up (no contract thought) for 2GB of data and get unlimited talk and text for $75 - You can reduce the monthly price by $10, if you also sign-up for Verizon EDGE. (As a reminder, that is VZW's device payment plan which spreads the cost of a full retail priced device over a two-year period. $60 Single Line 2GB "SAVE" Plan = You have to specifically ask for it (there may not be any announcement or up-front offer). For $60, you get 2GB of data and unlimited talk and text, but you have to qualify. To do that you have to sing up for a one year contract and must be within 12 months of the end of your contract, or already out of contract. According to our sources, this is something that just started today, and might be officially announced very soon.