Verizon goes unlimited

Verizon offers an all-in messaging plan for a $20 premium.

Marin Perez
Texas native Marin Perez had big culture shock when he moved to the Golden State. After first landing in Orange County, he then moved to San Francisco in 2005 to pursue a degree in journalism from San Francisco State University. He has worked at a few start-ups and dabbled in the print media as well. Marin watches far too much basketball, and he thinks Apple isn't really hip.
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Big V's new plan lets you send unlimited creepy messages. suitiblyflip.blogs.com

Warm up those thumbs, because Verizon Wireless announced today new plans offering unlimited text, picture, video, and instant messaging to anyone on any network in the United States.

America's Choice Select, one of the new plans, will start at about $60 for 450 daytime minutes. This is about a $20 premium from the basic service. The family plan will cost about $30 more than the basic service.

On Friday, we got most of the details right. There's no unlimited V Cast service, which is a bit disappointing.