Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Verizon's Share Everything data plans go live June 28th

Verizon has been talking about shared data plans for a while now, and now it is finally coming. Share Everything, as it's called, starts off with the assumption you'll want unlimited voice and messages and then bolts on shared data along with a maximum of 10 individual devices: a core plan starts at $50 per month for 1GB of data and requires that you tack on $40 a month for every smartphone, $30 for basic phones, $20 for hotspots and $10 for tablets. 

Of course, Verizon will gladly let you pay for more data if you need it, up to $100 for a common pool of 10GB. The price is a bit stiff to say the least, but it also includes tethering or hotspot creation support on any device in the mix. 

The new plans will be ready on June 28th.

What are your thoughts on this?

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