1 line is $80
4 lines are $180
Deprioritized after 22GB each line
Includes 10 GB hotspot
Single line -$80* For one line
Multi Line-$180* for 4 lines
Smartphones, tablets, and internet devices* each $20 A month. Connected devices $5 A month
*prices shown include line access and auto pay & paper-free billing discount. Without auto pay: +$5 For single and +$10 For multi. Credit card payments not eligible for discount.
summary with credit from kurrpeted98989 from reddit posts
This was just posted over on ATT forum.
If ATT didn't just wet their collective drawers, I would be very surprised. This kills ATT unlimited plan and comes very close to killing T-mobile too.
Now if Verizon would please make the tiered plans more competitive, it would put ATT into a fetal position under its desk chairs.
A little more info:
Single line is $80 plan and access included with autopay $5 discount included
For multi- line
Plan is $100 ($110 without autopay)
Each phone, ipad, or jetpack is $20 access fee per line
No company discounts except military
i.e. - 2 lines $140, 3 lines $160, 4 lines $180, 5 lines $200 etc.
Jetpack, Home Fusion, Hotspot limited to 10 GB LTE high speed, but then continues at 3G speed
Phone, Tablet full LTE speed. After 22 GB may be deprioritized, but not an automatic slow down.
No employee discounts? Well that's going to hurt for a lot of customers.
I'm most definitely NOT a VZW employee. If a post answered your question, please mark it as the answer.
Tablets are also a line fee and $45 charge?
On multi-line plan
Plan will be $100 with autopay
Then $20 for each device (phone or tablet or jetpack)
So 1 phone and 1 tablet would be
$100 + $20 +$20 = $140 plus fees and taxes
Ah, that makes more sense. The advertisement is confusing, saying $45 each for 4 lines is not how it's priced. Leave it to Verizon to muddy the waters.
I currently have a discount through verizon and my employer. Am I going to lose that if i change plans from my current to this unlimited?
It doesn't look like discounts are valid unless you are a veteran or in the military with the new Unlimited Plan. We will know for sure tomorrow, but that looks definite from my reading of different discussions.