Data-hoarders should be pleased to know that Verizon is bringing back unlimited data plans. After announcing in January it would be nixing unlimited plans for customers who routinely burn through 200GB, the telecoms giant is now offering what it claims is “the best unlimited plan in wireless.”
With Verizon Unlimited, customers pay $80 for unlimited data, talk and text. Family plans increase incrementally from there: Two lines cost $140, and three cost $160. A family of four pays $180 ($45 per line), for unlimited data, talk and text, while paper-free billing and automatic payment is mandatory to enroll.
To help drum up some excitement, the company will even throw in a complimentary, brand-new smartphone for those who enroll. For a limited time, you can hand over one of fifteen eligible devices and receive some of the best phones on the market, including the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, Google Pixel, Moto Z Droid, Moto Z Force Droid, Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, or LG V20. To participate, visit any Verizon store near you.