If you’re a Verizon subscriber looking to get yourself an LTE capable handset, you might want to do so before the 5th of June. It seems that Verizon’s offer of double data for 4G LTE data will be coming to an end on the 5th of June, which means that until then customers will still have the opportunity to lock themselves into plans which will cost them $30 for 4GB, $50 for 10GB and $80 for 20GB. If you miss out on this promotion, well just halve the data allocated mentioned above but expect to pay the same price. According to a Verizon’s spokesperson, “We have let our team know about the offer ending, and they are letting customers know.” In any case we have to agree that this does seem like rather bad timing especially with the Samsung Galaxy S3 coming up, but hey you could always subscribe first and hold on to it until the device arrives, right? Either way it would not be a stretch of the imagination if Verizon brought the promotion back down the road, or at least something similar (possibly better), but for now if you’re looking to stretch your dollar, you have until the 5th of June to do so.
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