Best daily deals
Best daily deals

Links on Android Authority may earn us a commission. Learn more.

Verizon intros new XXL plan that offers 18GB of data for $100 per month

Verizon has just introduced a new XXL plan option that brings users 18GB of 4G LTE data for $100 per month.
By
September 9, 2015
Verizon logo

Just last month, Verizon announced that it was getting rid of two-year contracts and putting a big focus on monthly payment plans for users who don’t want to pay for their mobile devices outright. Even though Big Red isn’t actually killing off the two-year contract altogether, the carrier introduced a few new data tiers that aim to make choosing a plan simpler and easier.

However, with the new plans, if you wanted anything more than 12GB of 4G LTE data per month, you’d need to consult with a Verizon representative for more information. Now that’s changing, as Verizon has just announced a new XXL data tier that will give users 18GB of data for $100 per month. So to recap, here are all of the carrier’s data tiers:

  • Small – 1GB of data, $30 per month
  • Medium – 3GB of data, $45 per month
  • Large – 6GB of data, $60 per month
  • X-Large – 12GB of data, $80 per month
  • XX-Large – 18GB of data, $100 per month

Of course, each one of these plans also come with unlimited talk and text, and can be shared among up to 10 devices. Verizon says the new XXL option will only be available for a limited time, though there’s no mention as to when the data tier will end.

Verizon buyer's guide: The best Verizon phones for every budget
The Best
Verizon logo on phone stock photo