Verizon's Latest Unlimited Data Plan Costs $80
Verizon has rolled out a new unlimited data offering for prepaid customers on Tuesday priced at $80 a month.
The plan includes unlimited data, talk, and text across the U.S., unlimited text to more than 200 international destinations, and unlimited talk to Mexico and Canada.
However, consumers will only get video streams of up to 480p, and mobile hotspot and tethering aren't included, either. In addition, Verizon "may prioritize your data behind other customers during times/places of network congestion."
Verizon's latest offering joins its other prepaid plans. A 2GB deal that launched in February for $40 a month, 5GB for $50 a month, and 10GB for $70 a month. The carrier also offers a $30 basic phone plan with unlimited talk and text.
Verizon's latest prepaid plan aims to boost its customer base. The company stemmed the losses midway through the quarter by introducing a postpaid unlimited plan in February, a move that prompted rivals to also refine their own unlimited data offerings in a bid to compete.