This morning, Verizon announced a new XXL option that will join the S-M-L-XL choices of its still newish “The Verizon Plan.” The XX-Large option includes 18GB of shareable data for $100 per month. That’s a decent deal if you compare it to AT&T’s $100 option, which only has 15GB of data.
Here is the current line-up:
- Small: $30/month for 1GB of shareable data
- Medium: $45/month for 3GB of shareable data
- Large: $60/month for 6GB of shareable data
- X-Large: $80/month for 12GB of shareable data
- XX-Large: $100/month for 18GB of sharable data
Verizon introduced the new S-M-L-XL back in early August in an attempt to simplify the process of buying wireless service through them. They used to do all of these silly (and confusing) discounts on line access fees depending on how much data you bought or if you were a part of their Edge device payment plan. With “The Verizon Plan” it’s a flat $20 line access charge, a flat rate for data, and then whatever the cost is per month for your phone payment. It is simplified, that’s for sure.
To read more about the new plan details and how Verizon killed the 2-year contract, check out this post and this post.