Your Verizon Bill Is About to Go Up [telecom]

Your Verizon Bill Is About to Go Up - but existing customers can opt out.

by Kerry Close

If you subscribe to the nation's largest wireless carrier, your monthly cell phone bill may be getting a little pricier.

Verizon announced Wednesday that it will hike prices on its plans, but also give customers about 30% more data. For instance, the price of the low-end "S" plan will increase by $5 to $35 a month, but will now include two gigabytes of data, double the amount it offered before. The cost of the next level, the "M" plan will also increase by $5, to $50 a month, while its data will surge from three gigabytes to four.

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Bill Horne
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It'll be interesting to see whether Verizon MVNO Page Plus Cellular will be able to hold the line on its prices or will follow suit in hiking them up.

Cheers, -- tlvp

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tlvp wrote in news:wxv1jbttls5w.12hlj31qpfy2k$.

FWIW, I use Verizon Wireless on my dumb phone. I called to have my address changed. The sales-lady started an upsale speach and stopped. She wanted to convert me to a newer plan that had more minutes and costs $15 less per month. I'm sure there will be a down side but after reviewing the facts with her it seemed legit.

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