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- Dec 30, 2010
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It seems that the pricing pressure coming from increased competition in the US carrier industry has pushed Verizon to follow suit. Big Red just over the weekend announced that they will temporarily be offering more data to a couple of their More Everything Plans. The $80 plan will now get 10GB of data instead of the previous 6GB, while the $100 plan will now get 15GB instead of 10GB.
Verizon made it clear that it is a temporary promotion, but even existing customers can call-in and get in on this offer. Here's a quote and a link with the details,
Verizon Wireless continues to offer customers more value to support their growing mobile lifestyles.
Starting Saturday, Nov. 1, customers who choose More Everything $80 or $100 plans will now receive even more data. For a limited time, customers will receive 10GB for $80 and 15GB for $100. This isn’t for just new customers either. Existing customers can take advantage of this promotional pricing by visiting My Verizon.
In addition, customers who switch to the nation’s largest and most reliable 4G LTE network and purchase a new 4G LTE smartphone with either a two-year contract or under Verizon’s popular Edge program will now receive a $150 port-in credit.
Verizon’s best ever pricing and port-in credit will be available for a limited time.
Verizon wants all wireless users to know what we know: That a credit, promotion or data plan is only as good as the network it is on.