Users who use their phones to access the web can’t get enough options these days. Though basically all wireless carriers around the world already have some sort of offer for unlimited web browsing, there are still ways to make them better. Or cheaper.
This is exactly what seems to be “new” about a new plan that Verizon Wireless is rumored to start offering by November 16th, called Unlimited Web Connect, as it only costs $10 a month. A similar option with Verizon’s VCast service is already available, but it costs $15 a month. That’s a $5 total of savings right there.
The unnamed source of this rumor also adds that it will only be available for mobile web phones (meaning any phone that can connect to the web), but not smartphones. So we’re guessing only mid to low-end phones that are web-enabled. And there are many of those. We’ll see in a few days if this rumor holds true.
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