The same price as I am paying now ...actually like 5 cents more a month for ...the only thing better is unlimited talk...which I never came close to going over. After my discount the plan is actually $2 month high than now for the same data and text. I'm assuming the only people that will actually benefit from these changes will be prepaid customers as it talks about discounts to those phone lines! Just though it should be known all they did was redistribute the costs into different areas .....do they really think people wont see their bill is still the same! Same ol' Verizon! Probably will be hitting AT & T as I thought!
You don't say what plan you are on now so it's kind of hard to compare. And this has nothing to do with pre-paid. There are no discounts for pre-paid customers. Pre-paid customers aren't even eligible for these plans.
At&t plans aren't that much different.
This has already been pointed out, but without knowing your usage habits, no one on here can help you with determining if More Everything would be a good fit for you.
IF you wouldn't save anything by going on More Everything, though, I wouldn't advise it. No reason to make a switch if it does not benefit you.
For MANY, though, More Everything can have a savings from either the old Nationwide plans or even Share Everything as is the case for me.
More everything plan is just a marketing stunt. I have 4 smartphones and a hotspot, all share 10GB of data. What did I get from More Everything? Absolutely nothing. Yeah, the AT&T $160 plan has it's flaws but do you see anything comparable from Verizon? No. Verizon edge doesn't get there. Just because you are the biggest and have the best network doesn't mean you have to punish your customers. I was a long time Verizon customer but left for a few years because of the pricing scams. I came back because of the network not because I like the price. Why don't you take care of your customers Verizon? Why can't you be more competitive?
Good job TMobile - break the mold.
It's not a "marketing stunt"
It has actually benefitted many customers that have lower data usage.
You have 10GB, so this plan will not benefit you, but why are you upset now? You weren't on the forums complaining about the price you pay before Verizon introduced the More Everything plan.
They are not punishing you, I don't understand your logic behind why you think that.......
Anyways, if you want to switch providers then switch providers.
No sense complaining about it.
You must be in charge of marketing for VZW. Why are you attacking me? Don't you think it should benefit all customers? What is the logic in benefiting those with lower data plans? Oh I got it, let those who pay the most benefit the least. After all that is the American way.
I apologize if you think I was attacking you.
And no, I do not work for Verizon. I just understand what data plans the price changes affect.
It would be nice if they changed the data pricing on all tiers but Verizon didn't make it that way.
More Everything, in my opinion, was made to lower the costs for post-paid customers to get them to switch from pre-paid. I feel it was made to challenge not only their own pre-pay customers but pre-pay customers for other companies as well.
And no "moreeverythingisajoke" it is not catered to non-contract customers, it is catered to low data usage customers.
Yeah..sorry the more everything joke was basically lowering prices for non-contract customers to match AT&T non-contract deals they put. Sorry to break it to you but I haven't seen one person this has helped that is contracted.
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And btw...is was a joke they have a huge campaign advertising this and it's worth nothing to me or anyone else I've came in contact with. All they have done is shifted costs around
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