According to a recent post on Engadget, Verizon Wireless will give you up to 5GB of data for $50 per month and up to 10GB of data for $80 per month, if you go over your allowance you will get charged $10 per GB.
Verizon feel that the 5GB and 10GB allowances should cater for “virtually all of their customers”, to be honest with you even 5GB would be excessive for some people, therefore people are suggesting that they would like to see a 2GB of data for $20 per month deal offered.
In terms of speed it all depends in coverage in your area, at today’s press conference Verizon suggested that in a real-world situation with a loaded network their new LTE network should be able to deliver 5 to 12 Mbps (downlink) and 2 to 5 Mbps (uplink), there should also be half the latency we are used to seeing in their 3G network.
If you want to experience these speeds on your laptop/netbook you will have to buy one of Verizon’s 4G LTE modems, we will post information regarding Verizon’s 4G LTE modems later today.
What do you think of Verizon’s 4G LTE mobile data price plans?
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