Verizon Wireless, the largest North American mobile carrier, has just announced new and more affordable unlimited voice plans.
Effective starting January 18 (only for new contract agreements), the new and cheaper plans include: Nationwide Unlimited Talk plan for $69.99 per month, Nationwide Unlimited Talk & Text plan for $89.99, Nationwide Unlimited Talk Family SharePlan for $119.99 per month, and Nationwide Unlimited Talk & Text Family SharePlan for $149.99 per month.
Verizon’s prepaid plans have been changed, too: Prepaid Monthly Unlimited Talk will cost $74.99 per month, and Prepaid Monthly Unlimited Talk & Text will cost $94.99 per month.
Verizon (which will soon launch the Palm Pre Plus and Palm Pixi Plus) also announced it has discontinued its $19.99 data package option for 3G Multimedia phones, but it expanded the 25MB package at $9.99 per month to include all its 3G Multimedia phones (LG enV Touch, LG Chocolate Touch, LG enV3, LG VX8360, Samsung Rogue, Samsung Alias 2, Motorola Entice W766 and Nokia 7705 Twist.)
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