Verizon MORE Everything Plans Are Giving Subscribers As Much As 50GB Free Data

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Verizon Wireless MORE Everything plans will now give customers twice the data. For example, a MORE Everything Plan of USD150 that used to provide 40MB of data now gives 80MB of data. Small business customers on MORE Everything for Business will also enjoy the same deal, with the doubling of their data allocation.

According to Verizon Wireless, the offer which started on the 2nd of October this month, will close at month end and is offered on the following data buckets - 20GB, 30GB, 40GB and 50GB, while the 15GB and 30GB buckets will be increased to 15GB and 30GB respectively. The offer effectively rewards subscribers of bigger packages with more data, with those on 50GB of data getting a whopping 50GB of data for free. Customers who choose Verizon Edge when purchasing or upgrading their smartphone using these promotions, or who bring their own device can add their devices to MORE Everything plans for $15 monthly access, added Verizon.

In recent weeks, Verizon Wireless and its close rivals, AT&T and Sprint have all jumped on the 'doubling the data' bandwagon, increasing the data amounts offered on their shared plans in efforts to win more subscribers and also to stay competitive in a market that boasts the highest 4G LTE penetration rates and where various web-based applications and the use of data services for communications and infotainment is seeing continuous increase in the amount of data that is being consumed. 

"We know that no matter how much data you have, it’s only as good as the network it’s on, and Verizon Wireless’ network is second to none. We know our customers – from families to businesses -- crave more data to help them keep up with their busy lifestyles, and these new promotions, together with other offers like our industry-leading trade- in program, give them even more during the month of October.”

-         Ken Dixon, chief marketing officer at Verizon Wireless

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