So TC, what you're saying is that data isn't apart of the contract because it's a feature? Let me remind you that companies did years way back changed the pricing of text messaging charges which allowed customers out of their contracts without an ETF & last time I checked & I just called Verizon to confirm...text messaging is a feature as well
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i currently have 2 iphones on a family share plan with grandfathered unlimited data for 3g.
is there anyway to buy a device like a hotspot or wireless usb dongle and get the 4g lte grandfathered for my two iphones on a family plan. so when the new iphones come out i wont lose the unlimited?
or can i do it by adding another phone line to my family plan and this new phone will be 4g lte.
once i upgrade my iphones will i be able to bring along the grandfathered in 4g phone? thanks
There is no such thing as a 4G unlimited data feature. There was an unlimited data @ $30 but you can't have it added unless it was removed in error. All data plans currently available are tiered now.
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I liken this to the switch to Nationwide calling plans from ACI and ACII a few years ago. Verizon didn't force you to switch to a Nationwide calling plan. But if you wanted to get any of the new crop of feature or "multimedia" cell phones you had to switch and therefore lost your MOU (minutes of use) for data. At least now you can keep your unlimited data plan if you upgrade to a new phone without the subsidy. Not saying I like it but it could be worse.IF THE CHANGES HAVE A MATERIAL ADVERSE EFFECT ON YOU, HOWEVER, YOU CAN END THE AFFECTED SERVICE, WITHOUT ANY EARLY TERMINATION FEE, JUST BY CALLING US WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER WE SEND NOTICE OF THE CHANGE.
It looks like June 28th will be the day.
If you want to upgrade at the subsidized/discounted price, and still keep your unlimited data plan, you have until then to act.
Here we go:
First I think it sucks it costs more to add more data devices, I thought that was the whole darn point to begin with. Pricing seems on the high side but it's Verizon so that's expected. What I need to know is how discounts are going to be handled. Right now I get a 19% discount through my employer. How will that work on these new plans. Right now I don't think you get it on data add-ons, if that continues I'll hold onto my current plan as long as possible. If you can get it whole deal discounted I might bite on it.
Not exactly sure what to think of these new plans. Sharing a gig between 3 people sounds like overages pretty quick. Doesn't seem worth it in most cases. Maybe decent when sharing multiple devices where everyone is a light data user.
Unless i read it wrong the cheapest plan for one smart phone would be $90 plus fees?
This will have an impact on people like myself. I carry two phones and a data card. If you take the data card out, I have a phone on the $30 unlimited plan and another phone on the $30 double data. So for $60 (data costs) I get all the data I could want and switch my phones as needed. Under this same plan there would be no way I could choose Verizon at this time. $60 would get me 2 GB to share which does not come close to meeting my needs, which are not excessive at all. I will have to decide over the next few weeks whether to ride this out with my unlimited or just leave now. I have a full price Galaxy S3 on the way which can buy me some time, but this looks awful in the long run.
Yeah these plans don't give much reason to jump on the bandwagon at upgrade time.