Verizon Share Everything now has five extra data tiers

August 9, 2012
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When Verizon Wireless first spilled all the details of its new Share Everything data plans, I was quite surprised that the most expensive plan covered only 10GB for $100, as there are a lot of data-heavy Verizon LTE customers that eat through their “allowance” as fast as you can say “Youtube in HD”. Fortunately, now that Verizon has stopped offering their traditional data plans, the Big Red carrier has announced that it is now offering five additional tiers, ranging from $110 for 12 GB to $150 for $20 GB.

Basically, the new five Verizon Share Everything tiers each allow you to raise your data allowance past the 10GB for $100, by 2 GB for each $10. Here’s the breakdown of all the tiers, the five new ones are in bold

– $50 for 1GB of data
– $60 for 2GB
– $70 for 4GB
– $80 for 6GB
– $90 for 8GB
– $100 for 10GB
12 GB for $110 / month
– 14 GB for $120 / month
– 16 GB for $130 / month
– 18 GB for $140 / month
– 20 GB for $150 / month

Of course, on top of that, you’ll also have to pay $10 per each tablet, $20 for each USB Dongle, Notebook or Jetpack, $30 for each basic phone, and $40 for each smartphone. Those of you that want to know more about how Verizon’s Data Share plan works should go ahead and read this article.

What do you think about these new plans? Do they answer any of your complaints about the new Verizon plans? Drop a comment in the section below and share a thought, will you?

Comments

  • http://www.androidradar.de/ Leif

    50$ for 1gb sounds like a rip-off. Here in Germany we pay about 12-13$ for 1gb. Sharing with other devices? Just use hotspot functionality.

    In UK you get for 15$ unlimited web, unlimited text and 250minutes…

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1425381904 Damar Adi Sasongko

    what the hell 50 bucks for 1gb? what kind of idiot would want that?

  • gustyfoo

    Thankfully my family already has individual data plans because this would be too expensive and I’d have to switch companies. Seems like we should be trying to make our services less expensive, not pay more for less.