What Verizon's cheaper 'unlimited' actually means [telecom]

What Verizon's cheaper 'unlimited' actually means

By Robert Pegoraro

Q. Verizon went from one unlimited plan to two, and the cheaper one has some new fine print. Will I mind those limits?

A. Wednesday's shift by the nation's largest wireless carrier to offer a choice of plans with "unlimited" data (both contain enough restrictions to make "unmetered" a more accurate description) adds some math and fine-print perusal to your service shopping.

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