Verizon Wireless is stepping up its game once again by announcing additional savings for existing and new subscribers that move to the Verizon More Everything Plan. AT&T did something along the same lines back in December last year, offering users discount on the phone service once they pay off device subsidy. Subscribers, new and old, will be able to move to the revamped More Everything plan come Thursday, April 17th.
For immediate savings existing Verizon subscribers can move to this plan. Those who chose data allowance of 8GB or below can add a smartphone for $30, an instant $10 saving. Those who opt for data allowances of 10GB or high can add smartphones for $15, instantly saving $25. These prices will also be available for Verizon Edge subscribers. This plans allow them to upgrade their devices early by paying a nominal sum apart from the monthly billion
New subscribers wishing to join Verizon wireless can bring over their own smartphones on the More Everything plan, provided that said smartphones are compatible with Big Red’s network. Plans cost $30 or $15, depending upon the type of data allowance chosen. All More Everything plans include unlimited voice and text, unlimited internet messaging and 25GB of cloud storage per line.
Verizon says that this promotion is only available for a limited time, but doesn’t exactly say when it ends.
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