According to some recent pieces of information, Verizon is going to increase the cost of three of its legacy unlimited plans. The company is going to increase the costs for the Go Unlimited, Beyond Unlimited, and Above Unlimited plans. The company will be implementing an increase of $3 per month.
Back in 2018, the company introduced these plans. Besides the legacy plans, the company has also introduced other plans. However, they are expensive and offer different features. In order to keep the older plans, consumers are now required to pay extra per month. Some users might not be happy with these changes.
It’s also important to note that some folks can be on a strict budget. and might not have been ready for the extra $3 per month. which adds an additional $36 over the course of a year. It doesn’t appear to be much. However, it might be for some.
Verizon will implement the new prices from August 29
The company is going to implement the new prices this month. Reportedly, the new charges will be effective from August 29 onward. There are thus only a few weeks left before that occurs. You should receive one more statement with the current monthly pricing if your billing cycle expires before this date. However, it will then show the extra $3 each month going ahead.
Well, Verizon is not the only carrier that is increasing its prices. In July, T-Mobile said that users would have to pay $5 for their bills paid in stores. With its plan options, Verizon keeps things interesting, and these $3 price increases are only the most recent example. The carrier unveiled and launched its new myPlan back in May in an effort to make things simpler for customers.
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