13
Feb
Verizon

The leak yesterday seems to have been right on the money – Verizon's More Everything plans are now available with higher data caps and lower prices for Edge subscribers. All plans include unlimited voice and text, but your options are a bit limited with tablets.

2014-02-13 10_07_26-More Everything Plan - Verizon Wireless

In addition to the increased caps on the existing price tiers, there are a few new low-bandwidth caps for light users. None of the lower caps are available on tablets or other internet-only devices, though. Those plans start at 4GB and are a little pricey. Verizon's More Everything page allows you to play around with the data packages and add devices to see what the fees look like. It's a little less straightforward than it could be as there are the line access fees in addition to the plan charges.

2014-02-13 09_52_45-More Everything Plan - Verizon Wireless

If you're already a customer, you can log into your account to customize the new plans. Everyone on Share Everything will be moved over to the corresponding plan automatically.

[Verizon]

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  • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Shawn De Cesari

    For those of us (like me) who only have a tablet line on their Share Everything plan,
    "More Everything" means "More Money". Verizon raised the cost of tablet-only plans even though they cut plan prices if you have a phone.

    I pay $50/mo for 6 GB on a Nexus 7. If I signed up today, it would be $70/mo. It's still cheaper than a phone with 6 GB, but that's insane nonetheless.

    • GryphKid44

      I was just on the VZW website and it looks like the current plan is $10 access charge plus $40 for 6gb. It looks like this is a $50 plan now and not $70.

      • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Shawn De Cesari

        Make sure you're logged out of My Verizon. Then on their website, go to Plans, then "More Everything". Click the "Build Your Plan" button on the right. For device 1, select a tablet. Then look at the data plan offerings. 4 GB for $60 + $10 monthly access for the tablet = $70. They aren't raising existing customers' prices, but they're definitely raising new customers' prices if all you want is a tablet.

        • GryphKid44

          I do see what you are saying but I can't get it to cart at that price. When I continue the steps it changes to 10gb for $60 and when I switch down to 6gb again it goes to $40. I think the site has some inconsistencies right now. Also if you switch the Monthly Account Access chart to show Internet only devices instead phones and Internet devices it lists 6gb at $40.

          • http://www.androidpolice.com/ Shawn De Cesari

            Oh, interesting. I never took it that far. That's odd. Well good, then maybe they didn't raise prices after all. Either way, something's messed up!

          • VZW

            This issue has been corrected. Thanks for discussing it!

  • Alberto

    T-Mobile give me $65 for 500 minutes & unlimited data & text. I use around 5 to 6gb I use allot of Pandora, when I get home I go to wifi

  • Nick Knack

    I did a price comparison for 3 lines. Here is what I came up with. VZW comes up short again.

    T-MOBILE
    SMARTPHONE 1 $20
    SMARTPHONE 2 $20
    SMARTPHONE 3 $20
    ADD A LINE FOR LINE 3 $10
    UNLIMITED DATA $80
    TOTAL $150

    SPRINT
    SMARTPHONE 1 $45
    SMARTPHONE 2 $45
    SMARTPHONE 3 $45
    UNLIMITED DATA $20
    TOTAL $155

    AT&T
    SMARTPHONE 1 $15
    SMARTPHONE 2 $15
    SMARTPHONE 3 $15
    10GB DATA $80
    TOTAL $145

    VERIZON
    SMARTPHONE 1 $20
    SMARTPHONE 2 $20
    SMARTPHONE 3 $20
    10GB DATA $100
    TOTAL $160

    • RKSoni

      You are correct and it shows, still Framily offer more than Verizon's More everything plan... see the comparison table at http://www.telecomvibe.com

  • Michael Robinson

    Well actually I'm glad this new "More" plan saved me absolutely nothing. I have 3 smartphones with 4GB of data (that I horde) so I'm not worthy of any savings. I say I'm glad because Verizon did not weaken my resolve to send them my divorce letter in the spring when my contract ends.

  • Jimmy

    I downgraded first thing this morning from the new 3GB plan to the new 2GB plan (which is what we had previously) and shaved $10 off our monthly bill with no change in features. Works for me.

    • Andy Stetson

      Dropped from the 4gb plan down to the new 2gb plan (our usage has been surprisingly low), saved ~$20/month!