Verizon has reduced the prices of its phone plans. Verizon is trying to cut down the competition. Its rivals include T-Mobile and AT&T. The phone plans that Verizon has come up with are termed MORE Everything. It is hoped that they will turn out to be exactly that in the future.
Verizon is a cunning mobile phone connection provider. Its new plan called MORE Everything will offer the clientele a lot in return for very little in terms of sacrifices made. MORE Everything is a brand new concept in phone plans.
Based on the ubiquitous 4G LTE network, this wireless scheme gives its users all they desire in the way of excellent service. Whether it is smart phones, tablets or any other range of gadgets, MORE Everything is the way to go.
Talk time, data usage, text messaging and Net access are all pretty much available on this enviable platform. The plan spreads over an all-in-one monthly system.
In a way, MORE Everything is the next step in evolutionary terms for Verizon. The service provider had been facing some tough rivalry from its neighboring networks. But with MORE Everything it will surely beat the competition hands down.
The clientele has everything to gain via this scheme. The data fits the bill. As for those whose choice is Verizon Edge, a discount of ten bucks for 8 GB in smart phone usage and a margin of twenty bucks off in 10 GB smartphone employment is provided for.
As for messaging facility, it will be unlimited in its capacity for text messages, pictures and video clips. And the storage capacity is 25 GB. This can be upgraded to 250 GB.
“MORE Everything changes the game by adding even more of what customers want from their wireless provider in a single, simple monthly plan,” said Ken Dixon, chief marketing officer at Verizon Wireless. “Verizon Wireless led the way with the introduction of shared data plans, and MORE Everything is the next leap forward with more storage, more messaging and more choice, all on a 4G LTE network that is unmatched in coverage and capacity.”
Verizon Wireless has the most valued packages at the most reasonable rates for nearly everyone. And the exciting thing is the tons of benefits that will accrue to the clientele. A whole new world of opportunities and experiences will open up before the user.
“Since Verizon Wireless was the first to introduce shared data plans in 2012, major U.S. wireless operators have followed suit in strategically preparing for the increase of connected devices and data consumption among its customers,” said Carrie MacGillivray, program vice president of Mobile Services and Internet of Things (IoT), IDC.