But, if I read your question a different way....You have separate devices? If so, then the More Everything plan has 10GB and the jetpack has 4GB, but they do not combine, as in, they aren't interchangeable. The JetPack can only use 4GB before overages occur. Same as the 10GB on the phone service. Yes, technically you have 14GB overall, but you are limited to 10 on one and 4 on the other.
But how do I know when I go over? I was just on the 6 plan and we use a lot of music so updated to 10 gb do you know where I can find out if that really means I havd 14 gb? And yes I have iPhone 6 my man has iPhone 4 but we both can use the jet pack couldn't we? Since I needed to update our phones with no wifi so if I'm paying 20$ for a plastic thing then I'm just gonna suspend it that's why I would think I'd get 14gb
It doesn't say anything on my version mobile app about 14 gb and I used to get an extra 1gb to share whys that not showing just werid
You can set up data alerts in My Verizon app. You can also use the built in data usage monitors in the phone, download an app for that, and view it in the My Verizon app. If you are on the more everything plan, you already have a hotspot built into the plan. The JetPack seems redundant. On that plan, you could get 15GB for $20 more. So, unless you need the JetPack for other things you could pay the same for 1GB more than you pay now. However, you might be under a 2 yer agreement for the jetpack. In that case, you'd need to finish that contract to avoid an ETF. Monitor your usage and cut back on the plan if need be, or control how you use the data.
What plans are you 2 on right now?