On the Share Everything, it would be $30 line access for each BASIC phone, + $40 for 300 MB shared data, total $130 before taxes and fees.
If any of the three is a smart phone, the smartphone would be $40 line access and the minimum data allowance would be $50 for 1 GB shared, minimum plan price with one smartphone, $150 before taxes and fees.
You can also do prepaid - but that's $50 per phone for unlimited talk, text, web on a basic phone. If you have all basic phones, the Share Everything is less.
If you could tell us the three phones you have or intend to get, the answer wouldn't have to be so generic.
I was just hammered by Verizon because I added 2 lines. I brought two family members over from other carriers to our "share everything plan". The iphones we ordered came with pre-assigned numbers. The family members wanted to keep their existing numbers and Verizon said to "just have them ported over".
We didn't want, or had any use for the numbers that Verizon assigned the two new phones. When I got the phones I called the Port center at Verizon and they walked me through getting the numbers over from the other network. They had me activate the phones and then ported the numbers over (spend about a day on the process).
So I just got my bill and was outraged. Verizon charged me $78 for the lines of the phones they sent. I was charged $78 just to activate the line so that a number could be ported over. So now I have an extra $156 on my bill not to mention the $$$ they added on to have the numbers ported over. So adding two people to my family share plan cost me $327.
How's your bill break down? I can see $36 x 2 for activation, $40 x 2 for this month, $40 x 2 for next month(you pay month in advance) and $49 x 2 for iPhones. That's $330.