Verizon Cuts Unlimited Data Plan Customers
Last week the news broke that like AT&T, Verizon is taking aim at its Unlimited plan users who are heavy consumers of data.
As reported by Ars Technica:
Verizon Wireless customers with unlimited data plans who use more than 200GB a month will have to switch to limited plans next month or be disconnected, a company spokesperson confirmed today.
Since Verizon stopped offering unlimited data to new smartphone customers in 2011, this change affects only longtime customers who were allowed to hang on to the old plans. Verizon could simply force all customers who aren’t under contract to switch to new plans, but instead it has periodically made moves that reduce the numbers of unlimited data subscribers.
“Because our network is a shared resource and we need to ensure all customers have a great mobile experience with Verizon, we are notifying a small group of customers on unlimited plans who use more than 200GB a month that they must move to a Verizon Plan by February 16, 2017,” Verizon spokesperson Kelly Crummey told Ars today.
Click here to read the full article on Ars Technica, which includes more historical background and information about pricing on Verizon’s current 100-GB/month plan.
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