Verizon Wireless gets more competitive with its individual plans

Lately these days, it seems as though T-Mobile (and its fearless leader, John Legere) has been the wireless carrier constantly rolling out newer, lower rate plans. America’s largest wireless carrier, Verizon Wireless, however, is quietly announcing a new wireless plan of its own aimed at individual smartphone users.
Under the new plan, customers will receive unlimited talk and text along with 2GB of data for $60 per month. If you purchase a new smartphone using Verizon Edge, that price edges further down to $50 per month.

Whether you are on Verizon Edge or not, Verizon Wireless will charge you $15 extra per GB used past your 2GB monthly allotment.
For comparison, AT&T gives you unlimited talk/text and 2GB of data for $65/month, while T-Mobile ups the ante by giving you unlimited talk/text and 3GB of data for $60/month.
Sprint, under the leadership of new CEO Marcelo Claure, is reportedly readying new, cheaper plans of its own to counter T-Mobile’s “budget” pricing.

Source: Verizon Wireless

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