New Verizon Share Everything Plan Lets You Share Data With Up To 10 Devices

Posted: Jun 12 2012, 2:02pm CDT | by , Updated: Jun 12 2012, 2:09pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 

New Verizon Share Everything Plan lets you share Data with up to 10 Devices
 

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Verizon introduced a new wireless plan that allows you to use up to 10 devices sharing the purchased data amount and everything else is unlimited.

Verizon's Share Everything Plan changes the way you will see your wireless plan choices. You'll no longer have to wade through lots of plans options with varying minutes, messages and data add on options. You just make one decision - how much data will you need - the rest is all included and unlimited. To help make your decision easier, it may be useful to know that Verizon Wireless data devices average between 1 and 2 GB of data per month. The data options on Share Everything Plans come in easy 2GB increments for an additional $10.

Share Everything Plans include Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Messages, and a single pool of data to share with 1 to 10 lines on your account. Plus, Share Everything includes Mobile Hotspot so, if you have a Mobile Hotspot capable device, you can connect and share your data with multiple WiFi-enabled devices.

You still have to pay a monthly fee for each device. The amount depends on the type of device. A Smartphone is $40 a month. Then you have to add the shared data pool starting at $50 for 1GB. 

More details about Verzion Share Everything Plan can be found here.

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