Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Verizon Gives Extra Free Gig for New or Upgraded Accounts on "More Everything"

Customers who activate a new smartphone or upgrade to a smartphone on a "More Everything"  plan from Verizon Wireless will receive an extra gigabyte of shareable data.

Customers must buy a data plan with at least 1GB of data to get the extra gigabyte, and they’ll get that gigabyte each month for two years, as long as the smartphone remains active, Verizon Wireless says.

Verizon Wireless tends not to discount much, as its position in the market is "highest price, but also best network." But not even Verizon can avoid some promotional activity as the U.S. mobile market has gotten more competitive recently, not only because of T-Mobile US attacks, but now also Sprint's long-awaited assault on value-price relationships in the U.S. mobile market. 

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