Verizon Is Adding a New Fee to Some of Its Older Unlimited Plans
The nation's largest carrier really wants to push people to its latest unlimited plans.
By Eli Blumenthal
Verizon is adding a new $2 fee to some of its older unlimited plans, CNET has confirmed. The new fee, which the carrier is describing as a "rate plan adjustment," will affect those who are on a variety of unlimited plans, including Beyond Unlimited (and its age 55 Plus variation), Go Unlimited and the older Verizon Unlimited plan.
Customers will begin to be told about the new charge through email, physical mail and notices on their upcoming March bills. The new fee
-- which will be $2 per line, per month -- will start with April bills.