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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