Verizon offers unlimited data without voice

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PhoneScoop posted about some new data-only plans from Verizon. The BlackBerry and PDA plans are $54.99/month and offer unlimited text, IM, picture and video messaging, email, web browsing, and data usage, with a $0.25/minute charge for calls. The “Consumer Devices” plan is exactly the same, except it doesn’t offer email and charges $0.40/minute for voice features. Of course, Version’s definition of “unlimited” is a little odd, so keep an eye on the fine print. That said, unlimited everything plans are starting to pop up elsewhere, so hopefully we’ll see this sort of thing with other big names.

  • Sam K

    The “Consumer Devices” plan DOES offer “mobile email” for an additional $5 more/month. Read the “Additional Messaging Capabilities with Mobile Email” section of the following press release.

    http://news.vzw.com/news/2008/04/pr2008-04-14f.html

  • Sam K

    The “Consumer Devices” plan DOES offer “mobile email” for an additional $5 more/month. Read the “Additional Messaging Capabilities with Mobile Email” section of the following press release.

    http://news.vzw.com/news/2008/04/pr2008-04-14f.html