Verizon Wireless (VZ) introduced a new plan on Thursday that offers more for less.
Verizon’s new plan is called “More Everything”. The More Everything plan will give users of the company’s Edge program, which allows customers to switch their phones early, a break. The new plan will give Edge users $10 off their monthly fees if they move up to an 8GB plan and $20 off if they move up to a 10GB or higher plan, reports CNET.
Edge users aren’t the only Verizon customers that will benefit from the More Everything plan. Verizon is also offering discounts to some of the smaller plans and is automatically upping the amount of data on some plans. Under the More Everything plan, the $40 plan now comes with 1GB of data, the $50 plan now comes with 2 GB of data and the $60 plannow comes with 3GB of data. Those plans previously came with 500MB of data, 1GB of data and 2GB of data, CNET notes.
“More Everything changes the game by adding even more of what customers want from their wireless provider in a single, simple monthly plan,” Ken Dixon, Verizon’s chief marketing officer, told PC World.
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