Verizon lowers price of More Everything Edge smartphone 10GB plans
In a move evidently aimed at matching rival AT&T's price reduction for its Mobile Share Value plans earlier this year, Verizon Wireless has revealed in a Wednesday announcement that it has lowered the cost of its More Everything Edge smartphone 10GB plans.
As a result of the price reduction move announced by Verizon, customer subscribing to the carrier's Edge upgrade program with over 10GB of data will have to pay a monthly per-line smartphone access fees of $15 instead of $20.
The reduction in the price of the More Everything Edge Verizon Wireless plans implies that the total per-line access charges for four smartphones have now dropped to $60; with an additional $100 tacked on for a 10GB bucket of data.
However, the charges for customers to purchase 8GB of data per month will still remain at $30 per smartphone line. Moreover, with the smartphones purchased under the Verizon Edge plan not subsidized, customers will still have to pay $40 per-line cost for a subsidy smartphone.
The new pricing which Verizon has announced for its More Everything Edge smartphone 10GB plans will be available for a limited time. Though the lowered price goes into effect immediately, the discounts will not be automatically applicable to existing subscribers.
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