According to a reliable source, Verizon is going to make changes to the majority of its More Everything plans this Thursday, February 5. The changes will include $10 discounts to most data options, a handful of new data tiers to choose from, and the $25 Edge discount starting even lower going forward at just 6GB of data. The full details can be found below.
The new data packages will look like this once Thursday arrives:
So the big change for most customers is going to be the $10 discount to most plans. Going forward, the 1GB data tier will be $30 instead of $40, the 4GB tier will be $60 instead of $70, and the 20GB tier will drop from $150 to $140. The 2GB and 3GB plans have been discounted by $10 as well.
The second change has to do with the $25 discount that customers get on their monthly line access when the sign-up for Verizon Edge, which is their device payment plan. In the past, you had to be on a 10GB or higher plan in order to receive the $25 discount, but starting Thursday, data plans that are 6GB and higher will receive the added discount. If you are on a plan 4GB or lower, your Edge discount remains at $15 per month.
Finally, Verizon is going to introduce new tiers of 6GB ($70), 8GB ($85), 12GB ($110), 14GB ($120), and 16GB ($130).
Update: Verizon confirmed the changes this morning. They did mention that, “The MORE Everything holiday promotions end on Feb. 4; and existing customers can change their plans at any time by visiting MyVerizon.”