Verizon iPhone: Price of Data Plan Revealed?

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We have some interesting details to bring you now, as it has been rumored that the Verizon’s unlimited data plan for the iPhone has already been revealed, despite the fact that the device has yet to be announced by either Apple or Verizon.

The details have surfaced from this article over at CNET, as they have given us some feedback on Verizon’s recent decision to introduce a new $70 data plan for their network.

Interestingly, a source close to CNET tried to sign up for this new data plan and was told they couldn’t by Verizon, although Big Red apparently didn’t give a reason for this. Furthermore, CNET suggest that this new $70 plan could be for the Verizon iPhone and that it has been announced early to put pressure on AT&T and their calling plans.

Firstly, what are your thoughts on the price – do you think it is reasonable for unlimited data? Do you believe that this could end up being the price for a Verizon iPhone unlimited plan? We’ll update you if we hear anymore on this.

Perhaps you should give you local Verizon dealer a ring to see if they’ll squeeze out any more details regarding this $70 plan.

Also See: iOS 8.2 release waiting on iOS 8.1.3 maintenance update

  • Bill

    I got an email about this plan tonight. I called to get the details and they said they could not tell me how long the offer will stay open but that it is definitely short term. They also check you account when you call to see if you have actually been sent the offer. If you haven't then you cannot cash in. I plan on signing up first thing tomorrow. I'll try to update when I do.

  • Joe Mama

    I heard about the plan as well it is only if you get a text or an e-mail. it is a "test" for certain customers meeting the required criteria and only in certain areas. I did call as well. But no e-mail or text. I bet this is how Charlie felt until he got the last golden ticket?

  • Blake

    talk: $40, data: $30, text: $20 = $90 a month plus taxes

    I jumped on this plan as soon as I got the email. I also get a 20% calling plan discount, so $69.99 goes to $55.99, saving $34 a month! Thanks for the extra christmas money Verizon.

    • refusetosign

      i want this. So do the rest of us. But if they play hard ball and get expensive, i'll get pissed and just drop the phone all together. I am sick of greedy telecom corps playing contract games. I wan't federal law protecting local companies from these big evil empires.

  • mike novak

    What email are you talking about?

  • greg sower

    the hunger is great indeeed?