Verizon’s 4G LTE Data Prices: How much would you pay?

By Alan Ng - Jan 25, 2011

It looks as if Verizon are preparing to announce their highly-anticipated prices for their 4G LTE data packages, as the US carrier has just made a few changes to their current data packages, removing a popular $15 option in the process.

As reported from Phandroid, Verizon has altered their 3G data package prices, as the only option available to customers at the moment, is a $29.99 per month package, which will give customers an unlimited data allowance.

This means that the previous $15 per month option, which offered 150MB has been terminated by Verizon – seemingly suggesting that new 4G data bundles will be on the way soon. You can still get 75MB for $10, but this won’t apply to 3G phones and you’ll get charged another $10 if you go over the 75MB limit.

What are your thoughts on Verizon’s decision to remove the popular $15 per month bundle – are you disappointed about this? Considering that the carrier is charging $29.99 per month for 3G bundles, how much would you be willing to pay for an unlimited 4G data bundle?

We think no higher than $50 per month would be reasonable, but we’ll have to wait and see what happens.

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  • dick

    verizon could easily charge 60 dollars for let the speeds are amazing not to mention if it is unlimited 3g and 4g that is pretty much the current rate for local wireless isps

  • Benjamin

    I would never spend more then 35. dollars. If verizon is stupid enough to carry out higher prices for 4g lte it would have had to cover most of the nation. If verizon is stupid enough to do this it would probablt lose half of it's customers