Some areas of the country are eligible for the Go Unlimited 55+ plan which Verizon is still deciding whether or not they will expand the benefit nationwide. Regardless, the Go Unlimited 55+ plan is not Verizon's best option for many people since the data speed could be slowed down at any time due to the amount of traffic on the tower being used at the time. Many people have complained that the plan is unusable while others don't seem to have a problem with it.
Should Verizon offer it in your area in the future, you could certainly try it out as long as the account holder is 55 y/o or older. If you currently have a higher tier of unlimited data, you may not be willing to downgrade your service, though.
ggg6, I know the importance of understanding your carrier options when it comes to senior discounts. With the Go Unlimited plan for 55+, you can get all the benefits of Go Unlimited at a discounted rate, including unlimited talk, text and data. While you can have a maximum of only 2 phones, you can add up to 10 tablets and up to 25 connected devices (e.g., Hum, smartwatch, etc.) to your account. Mobile Hotspots (e.g., Jetpack®) aren't compatible with the Go Unlimited plan for 55+. Here's a link with the details surrounding this plan option and the locations where it is available: https://www.verizonwireless.com/support/go-unlimited-55-plus-faqs/#go-55-plus. TanishaS_VZW