Verizon defends its new 'Share Everything' data plan that would require unlimited data plan customers to pay the full unsubsized iPhone price of $649 to keep their existing plan, among other things.
The new Verizon Wireless Share Everything plan unveiled Tuesday shocked and angered many longtime Verizon customers, including those with unlimited data plans.
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Verizon Wireless will become a less hospitable place for unlimited data users with its 'Share Everything' plans. Here's a look at your options for keeping unlimited data.
There are a lot of details in Verizon's new Share Everything data, voice and text sharing plans, some of which are mentioned in footnotes on Verizon's Web site.
Verizon’s shared plans are aimed at eliminating unlimited data offerings from its service mix.
Apple hasn't defined how much bandwidth a typical video call will take, so "there is no good way to know what it will cost users," an analyst says.
The purpose of the group is to look into ways to integrate LTE connectivity into vehicles of all types, not just luxury automobiles.
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Virgin Mobile is the second U.S. carrier to offer prepaid iPhone plans, which could save you more than $500 over the lifetime of the phone compared to the big three carriers.