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Verizon Offers Extra 1GB of Data for Activating a Tablet on a More Everything Plan

Verizon More Everything Plans

Verizon’s crusade to get you to give up your existing data plan for its More Everything shared plans continues with a new deal, promoted today through its official Twitter account. If you have a tablet that can be activated on a wireless network, plus are currently on a More Everything plan, Verizon has the perfect combination waiting for you. 

The newest promotion gives customers an extra 1GB of usable data for the life of the account, if you activate a tablet on your More Everything plan. The only caveat, other than paying the extra line to keep your tablet’s connection active, is that your existing plan must already have a data bucket larger than 1GB.

Any readers planning on upgrading their data pool with this deal?

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Via: @VZWNews
  • kelly1519

    Verizon dominates the US market in terms of
    post-paid wireless customers. The company has 102.8 million total subscribers
    out of which 96.7 million are post-paid customers and http://bit.ly/1eGzqGR

  • DavidFR

    This is usual conversation from a company call center, Interestingly
    they speak like robots ….Verizon can’t match T-Mo because T-Mo is
    offereing LTE Tablet at cheaper price which Verizon
    has not offered, second at T-Mo, you get 1.2GB instead of 1GB…. http://www.telecomvibe.com

  • jimt

    Hey, Is this a joke? April first was a while back.

  • Hiran

    I am willing to take the upgrade when I feel like it on Verizon, Never go to T-Mobile or Sprint, they have bad service. AT&T is fine but expensive billing and customer service is bad.

  • hoosiercub88

    Oooh, one extra Gigabyte??!?!

    That’s like part of an HD quality Netflix movie, how generous.

  • Aj Bastedo

    im about ready for another amazon glitch

    • mustbepbs

      I made out like a total bandit the last glitch. I really needed that money too. Thanks DL!

      • morpheus282

        I must have missed it, what was the Amazon glitch?

        • mustbepbs

          Amazon had a glitch where they were selling the Moto X, LG G2 and Galaxy S4 for on contract prices, off contract. People were buying like 10 phones and flipping them for over twice what they paid. I only got 2 GS4s.

          • morpheus282

            Crap, I wish I’d caught that one. One phone would have been all I’d need.

          • mustbepbs

            Yeah it was a while back, like in early November. It was mayhem. You can imagine how quickly things sold out, and the comment section was a mess with people getting mad that they missed it and making others feel badly, tracking number anticipation, false information from live chat reps. It was a stressful few days.

          • morpheus282

            I totally missed that. I caught the Verizon snafu in September and ordered 2 S4s that came through. I wanted a Note3, but I didn’t want to take the gamble that it would be cancelled. Now I have mild regret over that one. If I’d caught the Amazon deal it would have made my year complete.

  • SA_NYC

    I got a standard every-couple-of-months call from Verizon this week. It went like this:

    Verizon agent: I’d like to tell you about some great plan options we have for you.
    Me: OK, but just so you know, i’m not giving up my unlimited data, at least until Verizon takes it away from me.
    Verizon agent: I understand. So, we’re offering blah blah blah, blah blah blah…
    Me: But I’d have to give up my unlimited data, right?
    Verizon agent: Uh, yes, yes you would.
    Me: No thank you.
    Verizon agent: But I see you never use more than three gigs of a data a month. We can give you a plan with three gigs…blah blah blah…you’d save $10 a month, blah, blah blah.
    Me: But I’d have to give up my unlimited data, right?

    Verizon agent: Uh, yes, yes you would. But blah blah blah, blah blah blah, blah blah, blah…
    Me: No thank you.

    Repeat X5.

    • ddh819

      i learned my lesson, they called me once because i went over my $5 text package limit, to upsell me on the $10 one, so i did it, then i tried to change back a couple months later and found out they discontinued the $5 texting plan.
      on the other hand, you pay for unlimited, use it! it will keep them from calling you again

    • morpheus282

      They try to get me with that every time I need to call in for something, which is way more often than it should be. My usage is normally around 2-3 GB/mo., but at times I’ve burst over 12 GB and I really don’t feel like dealing with limits.

    • DavidFR

      This is usual conversation from a company call center, Interestingly they speak like robots ….Verizon can’t match T-Mo because T-Mo is offereing LTE Tablet at cheaper price which Verizon
      has not offered, second at T-Mo, you get 1.2GB instead of 1GB….
      >>>>> telecomvibe(dot)com <<<<<<<

  • Guy Pierce
  • CHRIS42060

    “For life*”

    *Until we decide to take it away…. maybe next week, maybe next year who knows. We own you.