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    Any insiders know if these plans are real?

    Got the pic from this reddit thread

    https://www.reddit.com/r/verizon/com...rizon_5g_page/

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    I was wondering about those plans as well. They are on the verizon website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemew View Post
    I was wondering about those plans as well. They are on the verizon website.

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    That were the pic came from. But Verizon has since taken any mention of them down

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    https://www.verizonwireless.com/plans/


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    Knowing Verizon, they are probably tweaking the current plans to follow TMobile. TMobile just revamped their plans. Magenta gives you a few gigs of high speed data for hotspot. I'm sure Verizon will do something similar while they raise their rates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemew View Post
    https://www.verizonwireless.com/plans/


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    Did you bother to READ my post?

    I see Go, Beyond and Above not Do, Play and More

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    Quote Originally Posted by eprius View Post
    Knowing Verizon, they are probably tweaking the current plans to follow TMobile. TMobile just revamped their plans. Magenta gives you a few gigs of high speed data for hotspot. I'm sure Verizon will do something similar while they raise their rates.
    Verizon added Canada and Mexico calling/text and added 6 months Apple Music to Go, went from 10 GB to 15 GB hotspot on Beyond as well added Apple Music free on Beyond and Above all without changing plan names. I can't see Verizon just making minor tweaks to Go and change plan names for all of them. If they raise rates they'll just have more people flee for T-Mobile. Q1 the actually LOST phone customers. Q2 just ended. So we'll know in 3 weeks how they did. Last time Verizon started to lose phone customers was Q1 2017 then they added Unlimited for the first time in years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hagar View Post
    Did you bother to READ my post?

    I see Go, Beyond and Above not Do, Play and More
    https://www.droid-life.com/2019/07/0...limited-plans/

    There you go then. Basically will be revamping plans as expected with the launch of 5g. Yes, I read your post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemew View Post
    https://www.droid-life.com/2019/07/0...limited-plans/

    There you go then. Basically will be revamping plans as expected with the launch of 5g. Yes, I read your post.

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    The droid life article got it from reddit where I saw it first. Because you know I posted the reddit link in my first post. So no, obviously you didn't read anything or you would know all of this. So you have provided no help and are just being a troll. Please stop posting in this thread of you have nothing to contribute and are just going to post troll posts.

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    With pleasure.

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    I think its most likely a good chance Verizon will raise prices while revamping the plans. Hopefully I'm wrong

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    AT&T needs to make more confusing Unlimited plans to keep up with Verizon!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hagar View Post
    Q1 the actually LOST phone customers. Q2 just ended. So we'll know in 3 weeks how they did. Last time Verizon started to lose phone customers was Q1 2017 then they added Unlimited for the first time in years
    Who cares? Analysts are obsessed with the number of subs, which is idiotic. It's the same with Comcast. Who cares how many TV subs Comcast loses, they barely make any money off of them. In much the same way, who cares if Verizon is losing some subs that have lower ARPU while gaining others with higher ARPU. What matters is network utilization, profit margin, ARPU, net profits, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoxFan76 View Post
    AT&T needs to make more confusing Unlimited plans to keep up with Verizon!



    Who cares? Analysts are obsessed with the number of subs, which is idiotic. It's the same with Comcast. Who cares how many TV subs Comcast loses, they barely make any money off of them. In much the same way, who cares if Verizon is losing some subs that have lower ARPU while gaining others with higher ARPU. What matters is network utilization, profit margin, ARPU, net profits, etc.
    Who cares? Yeah Sprint been really successful with that approach. How do you know WHICH customers Verizon is losing? By the way notice I mention PHONE subs specifically. Because PHONE subs are their highest revenue subs. So no they do not care as much about losing tablets or smartwatch subs, but phones subs they do. Verizon doesn't want another quarter like they started with in Q1 2017 when they lost 400K in just 6 weeks. As T-Mobile continues to expands their 600 MHz spectrum and thus improves coverage Verizon risk losing subs when T-Mobile offer better plans at cheaper prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hagar View Post
    Who cares? Yeah Sprint been really successful with that approach. How do you know WHICH customers Verizon is losing? By the way notice I mention PHONE subs specifically. Because PHONE subs are their highest revenue subs. So no they do not care as much about losing tablets or smartwatch subs, but phones subs they do. Verizon doesn't want another quarter like they started with in Q1 2017 when they lost 400K in just 6 weeks. As T-Mobile continues to expands their 600 MHz spectrum and thus improves coverage Verizon risk losing subs when T-Mobile offer better plans at cheaper prices.
    That comparison makes absolutely no sense. Sprint doesn't have the network quality to demand high prices and a high ARPU like Verizon does. Verizon doesn't need as many customers as they can get, Sprint does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoxFan76 View Post
    That comparison makes absolutely no sense. Sprint doesn't have the network quality to demand high prices and a high ARPU like Verizon does. Verizon doesn't need as many customers as they can get, Sprint does.
    The comparison is just fine when you are suggesting Verizon should take a "who cares?" approach to their network.

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