Verizon gives heavy data users a new unlimited plan for a price
Brian is totally new to the new plan and it's even more expensive.
I comes up perks like more high speed data and international passes.
Other bucks the trend of carriers. And introducing cheaper plan so it and frankly kind of missed the days when a limit it was just limited.
About the limited and I'll never happen again I think once they realize they can melt as much money out of you as they want it was yet I now broken things out like HD video mobile hot spot capabilities.
I'm letting you get these international data passes they've even thrown in cloud services for this really expensive plan which I it's called above the limited it starts.
And 95 dollars from one line that goes down as low sixty dollars for a lines I think a big question that some people that don't know all the aspects of the deal might have is like.
Does this have anything to do with net neutrality.
I do not mean that tangentially again so right now it's no big view the answer would be no I think.
Down the line there might be some type that is unlimited plan.
You are technically get a lamented that this kind of slice and dice the definition of a limited it's.
A lot of data based on SA high speed you know it's another Verizon's kind of crossed this line you'd think other like telecoms are essentially as a way we can that they we should.
Probably get my money and start to seal a little bit of enemy AT&T T-Mobile have slightly different tiers and options based on again HD video if you wanna watch I now I holy city got pay extra.
Eyes sprint just launched a fifteen dollar loan plan that strips out all the practice basically just a limited data.
I'm so there are dead suitors experimenting with different months.
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