Verizon Expands Its ‘Share Everything’ Plan
Beginning Jan. 23, customers can take advantage of a new entry-level Share Everything plan to connect a 4G LTE device, including the latest smartphones, to the power of Verizon’s network.
OKLAHOMA CITY (Jan. 21, 2014)— Verizon Wireless customers now have a new reason to join Share Everything. Verizon introduces an entry-level plan that gives customers the option of adding a 4G LTE smartphone to Share Everything for $40 per month plus $20 per month for unlimited talk and text and 250 MB of data that can be shared among devices.
Verizon customers can also add tablets to Share Everything for $10 per month, jetpacks for $20 per month and other connected devices for just $5 per month.
Verizon debuted the Share Everything plan in June 2012 to allow customers the ability to share a monthly data package with up to ten devices to make it easier to stream video or music on the go, access the web, take advantage of mobile gaming and stay connected to family and friends.
“We saw how popular our existing family of Share Everything plans are, so we looked at ways to provide the versatility of these plans to those exploring upgrading to a 4G LTE device,” said Rick Urias, Verizon Wireless. “Our customers value Verizon’s 4G LTE network for its speed and reliability, and accessing the full power of our network is now easier than ever with this new entry-level plan.”
This offer is for a limited time only.
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