New Unlimited plans allow customers to mix, match and only pay for what they need
Today, Verizon is announcing a new lineup of Unlimited plans to mix and match, all designed specifically around the way you use your phone. Starting August 5, every member of the family gets the plan they want on the network they deserve at an unbeatable value.
Parents and their families, video bingers and music fans, multitaskers and entrepreneurs, or just people who want to stay connected… basically, anyone with a smartphone. Take the Mix and Match quiz to find out which plan is right for you.
“Breaking customers free of the one-size-fits-all family plan was just the beginning; now we’re taking it a step further by giving more flexibility with plans that were designed to fit individual needs,” said Angie Klein, vice president of marketing at Verizon. “No matter how you use your phone — whether it’s your entertainment hub, or it’s for managing your life and work, or, if you’re like me, for all of the above — we’ve got a plan for you at a value that can’t be matched with our best-ever rates on Unlimited plans.”A Phone Plan Personalized for You.
Verizon’s mix and match portfolio now includes five plans: Start Unlimited, Do More Unlimited, Play More Unlimited, Get More Unlimited, and Just Kids, which was introduced in April. Access to Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband network is $10 per month with any of Unlimited plans, and for a limited time will be included in the Get More Unlimited, Do More Unlimited and Play More Unlimited plans.
The new plans will replace the current lineup, and customers can keep their current plans or switch to new plans starting on August 5 using the My Verizon app. The more lines you add, the more you save, now with even more value when you choose five or more lines.
5G Ultra Wideband: Real-Time Experiences at your Fingertips
Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband enables real-time experiences for customers, with access to speeds that will change the way you use your smartphone for work, play and everything in between. Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband service is currently available in select parts of Chicago, Minneapolis, St. Paul, Denver, Providence, Atlanta, Detroit, Indianapolis and Washington D.C., with more than 30 cities to receive 5G Ultra Wideband later this year.