Verizon Wireless announces new pricing plans for its customers

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The company is planning a price drop for new and existing customers.

Verizon Wireless is considered one of the best wireless carriers in the United States. Because of this, they tend to change pricing from time to time and often charge what they feel the market will pay. Part of the reason Verizon Wireless can charge higher prices is because of their broad coverage. Even so, Verizon is also trying to compete against other carriers who are bringing some competition. Because of this, the company is planning a price drop for new and existing customers.

Currently, the price of Verizon’s highest rate plan is sitting at US$95 for just one line, but, when the new plans kick in on August 5th, one line will cost customers US$90 for the maxed out tier. Their lowest unlimited plan drops from US$75 to US$70 which includes the same unlimited 4G LTE data, unlimited talk/text, DVD quality streaming, Apple Music and more. The difference between this plan and all new ones will include 5G access with 5G capable phones. It’s free for a limited time, but whenever Verizon cuts that promo, access will be US$10/month which will include unlimited 5G UWB data, 4K HD streaming on 5G, and unlimited hotspot on 5G UWB. Below is a list of what the new pricing will look like.

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New Verizon Price Plan

Verizon’s new pricing plans aren’t a major drop, only US$5 a month, so it may not be enough to entice new users to the carrier. Although with the Do More plan, customers get 50% off a tablet or Jetpack, which could be a nice deal for some. On the other hand, existing users are saving US$60 a year which might make a few people happy.

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