Verizon to offer unlimited voice, data, and messaging packages

Ryan Block
R. Block|02.18.08

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Ryan Block
February 18th, 2008
Verizon to offer unlimited voice, data, and messaging packages
We've gotten a flood of tips that the notoriously miserly Verizon is lining things up to offer unlimited calling plans. Starting Tuesday the 19th (of this month) should see the following plans sprout up:
  • $100 - Nationwide Unlimited (voice)
  • $120 - Nationwide Select Unlimited (voice, SMS, MMS)
  • $140 - Nationwide Premium (voice, SMS, MMS, VZNav, VCAST, email)
  • $150 - Nationwide Email and Messaging (voice, SMS, MMS, and data)
  • $170 - Nationwide Global Email and Messaging (voice, SMS, MMS, and international data)
  • $200 - Family plan with two lines, $100 per additional line.
That's not all though. There are even more perks and benefits in store for premium-paying unlimited users:
  • 5GB cap on data is out
  • No contract extension for current customers
  • Available on one or two year agreements
  • All plans include Mobile Web 2.0 portal access (skip it)
  • No roaming or long distance
[Thanks to everyone who sent this in]

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