Keep in mind that if customers go over the 150 MB allowance by 1 MB or 100 MB, the additional charge is a flat $15 for another 150 MB. If customers might go over, even by a little, the $29.99 unlimited package is a better option.
END OF UPDATE
Engadget has just reported that Verizon Wireless’ new tired 3G data pricing plans and the said roll out date for these to take effect is October 28, 2010. Keep in mind this is the 3G data pricing only! Existing customers can stay grandfathered on their existing plans if they so choose, just as they have always allowed you to do so at Verizon.
Plan Details As Far As We Know:
3G Feature Phones: $1.99 pay as you go, $15 monthly access for 150 or 150 MB ($15/150 MB overage) or $29.99 for unlimited monthly access
3G Smartphones: $15 monthly access for 150 MB ($15/150 MB overage) or $29.99 for unlimited monthly access
3G Tablets: $20 monthly access for 1 GB ($20/1 GB overage), $35 monthly access for 3 GB ($10/ 1 GB overage); $50 monthly access for 5 GB ($10/1 GB overage) and $80 for 10 GB ($10/1G overage)
3G Netbooks/Notebooks: $50 monthly access for 5 GB ($10/1 GB overage) or $80 monthly access for 10 GB ($10/1 GB overage)
MiFi 2200 and Five Spot Mobile: $50 monthly access for 5 GB ($10 /1 GB overage), $80 for 10 GB ($10/1G overage) or as part of a 90-day promotion $35 monthly access for 3 GB ($10/1 GB overage)
Verizon Wireless will offer more information on the data plans for our 4G devices at the launch of 4G. When we hear of these plans we will let you know.