said by MyDogHsFleas:
$15 for 200MB
$25 for 2GB, $10/GB thereafter
$45 for 4GB with tethering/hotspot
$30 for 2GB
$50 for 5GB
$80 for 10GB
$20 extra for tethering/hotspot, adds 2GB to plan
not sure what overage charges are
same as at&t $10 per GB.
For NOW. Go back 2 years and the 90% of users were under 200 MB a month. Without caps I wonder what the average would be in 2 years? I suspect in 2 year the AVERAGE use will be close to 2 GB a month and will only be prevented form going higher because people will avoid getting hit with overages.
Verizon and at&t like to tout their 4G service as a solution for rural broadband. hardly. Their service is no better than satellite.
Here is what someone that lives a mere couple of miles from city limits of my town has to do to get internet somewhat resembling what I can get in town.
Verizon 3G( max speed 700 kbps ) 4G arriving in 2013.
$80 for 10 GB. $10 per GB overage
Hughesnet Express 300 business class internet 3Mbps
$200 for 800 MB daily cap. No cap between 1 AM and 6 AM. Slowed down to lewss than dial-up speed for exceeding cap between 6:01 AM and 12:59 AM
Wildblue Pro package 1.5 Mbps
$80 for 17,000 MB download per month 5000 MB upload per month. No overages just get slowed down to under dial-up speeds.
So $360 a month just to get 50 GB a month and speeds no faster than 3 mbps. And of course with satellite HUGE latency issues. and you have to use 3 different services. What a joke.