There has been lots of excitement surrounding the announcement of Verizon's new unlimited data plans. Everyone wants to know exactly how the pricing structure will be with this. Verizon initially mentioned that they price would be $80 for a single line and $45 per line for four lines. While it is true that a single line will be a flat $80 it does not mean that two lines will be $160 and 3 lines would be $240 and that you would need to sign up for 4 lines to receive a discount as many have believed to be the case. Verizon has verified that the pricing structure will be as follows. -$80 flat rate for a single line -$100 access fee plus $20 per line for more than one line so two lines would be $120 and 4 lines would be $180 This is an "introductory" rate which has people screaming "well then what will the true price be when they decide to take the promo pricing away." All indications lead me to believe that introductory rate means this will be the rate at the introduction of the service. Verizon has not asterisked the rate or made any mention of a later price increase. That being said, the grandfathered unlimited data has slowly been raised over time. Of course Verizon may decided over the next few years to raise the cost over time. One big difference with this plan vs plans from other carriers is that it includes HD video streaming. T-mobile automatically throttles video viewing to below HD. Verizon says they will provide video streaming at the resolution the provider sends it. They won't be manipulating their network to affect video streams at all. This is a huge plus. For me $120 vs the $199 I am currently paying may just be enough to get me off this old grandfathered unlimited plan.