Did you ever feel like you wanted to sign yourself up for a month’s worth of data, but not a year, let alone two or three? Just yesterday this seemed like a crazy idea, but not anymore since Verizon Wireless is making it a reality.
From now on, people who don’t want to get tied to Verizon in a full one-year or two-year contract will have the option to sign a month-to-month agreement (that’s what they call it) in which the commitment to the operator only lasts for a month, and there is no Early Termination Fee for terminating the agreement before the end of any month.
According to Verizon, all of the Nationwide Voice and Data plans will be available for both new and current contract customers using CDMA devices, only noting that contract customers must finish the terms of their currently existing contract before moving onto the new system.
This is a great new service, however it would mean that phones will then be sold for their full retail prices, without discounts and carrier subsidies. Call 1-800-2 JOIN IN or visit Verizon’s web site at the link below for more info.
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