Verizon Tweaks Wireless Pricing Yet Again
Users On Feature & 3G Smartphones Lose $15, 150MB Plan
Leaked documents indicate
that Verizon is tweaking wireless pricing yet again, increasing the data cap on their feature phone data plans from 25MB to 75MB, and shifting overages on those plans from 20 cents per MB to $10 per 75MB. As for "feature phones and 3G smartphones," Verizon appears to be eliminating the $15, 150MB plan and directing everybody on those phones to the $30, unlimited plan. While it's nice that the company is one of the growing-few giving users the (sort of) option for unlimited data, it's pretty clear that the use of the "3G smartphones" phrase means they're planning a looming LTE pricing change when LTE smartphones drop later this year.