If Verizon plans on charging me $20 extra per month, I will be switching to another carrier, I already pay $85 and that is before taxes, I don't want to have a $100+ phone bill, so Verizon go ahead and charge me the $20 extra, if you do I will be gone the next day! Bye-bye Verizon!
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You can always change your plan they aren't the only carrier to up there prices. even if you switch to another carrier you won't get unlimited data. They are trying to force the rest everyone who has been grandfather in with until data to ditch there plan so they up the price
This time next year, Verizon will raise it +$20 more, each year until people get sick of paying $100+ just for unlimited data. Bye Verizon in November! my car insurance is cheaper on my BMW then your cell plans!
I came from Sprint as a over 15 year customer and gave up unlimited data to get a usable service. After they completed their 4G LTE upgrades where I live I lost call/text both at home and work and the only way I could use data was to force my phone to 3G otherwise it just didn't work. When I told my daughter that I was moving over to Verizon from Sprint she was concerned about losing her unlimited data. I told her that Sprint data is artificially limited in that it doesn't work well enough to be truly unlimited. Her response was that "if I have a phone that actually works I'm going to use it" and I told her that was exactly my point and good use the data that is what it is for, she was telling me that her "unlimited" data wasn't really unlimited. In our entire history of Sprint we never used more than 2GB a month (four/five smartphones) simply because it didn't work well enough to use anymore. Once we moved to Verizon it started using much more data than even our largest month on Sprint using the same kinds of devices on both.
I'm so damn tired of Verizon pulling this shit. Mobile service should not be getting more and more expensive, it should become cheaper this is bullshit.