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Verizon Wireless introduces Share Everything plans

Verizon Share Everything plans

If Verizon Wireless is to be believed, its new Share Everything plans are here to change the way customers purchase wireless services. Besides unlimited minutes and messages, these plans are also inclusive of the mobile hotspot function.

The single data allowance is said to support as many as 10 Verizon Wireless devices and the mobile hotspot feature has been added to these plans without additional costs. They come with unlimited video and picture messaging as well as unlimited voice minutes and SMS. In addition to plans for smartphones, tablets and notebooks, it comprises separate schemes for basic phones and for devices like USB modems and Jetpack mobile hotspots.

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“Customers asked, and today Verizon Wireless delivered an industry first. Share Everything Plans are the new standard for wireless service. They are simple; customers no longer have to think about their voice and message plans, because both are unlimited. Share Everything Plans are convenient; customers purchase one data plan and they share it with up to 10 mobile devices. And, they are worry-free; customers can connect their 3G or 4G devices wherever and whenever they want on America’s most reliable network,” quoted Tami Erwin, vice president and chief marketing officer for Verizon Wireless.

In order to take advantage of the plans in question, subscribers should first select all the devices they wish to add through their accounts, along with a scheme that comprises unlimited messages and minutes as well as shared data allowance starting at $50 for 1GB. Customers are not required to sign a long-term contract, but those adding tablets to their network will have to shell out an additional $10.

The Verizon Wireless Share Everything plans will be available from June 28. Users have an option to stick to their existing plans or switch to these without extending their contracts or paying up additional fees.

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