Verizon To Use Droid X Data Consumption To Move To Tiered Data Plan

Posted: Jul 22 2010, 12:29pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:34am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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Reports claim that Verizon users who have purchased the Droid X with its massive screen and great feature set are using five times more data than other smartphone users on the network. AT&T reported similar statistics with iPhone users and used the claims to move to tiered pricing on its data plans.

According to reports, Verizon will be moving as early as this month to tiered data plans thanks to the high data consumption of Droid X users. These tiered data plans will be great for Verizon since they can hit users for more money on data overages.

It will be really bad for the consumer used to being able to stream all the movies and video they want. If you stream a few episodes of your favorite show, you will probably eat up your monthly data allowance.

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