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Verizon Wireless, Just Say No to Tiered for internet on cell phones.

54 Signatures Goal: 100

As you know, AT&T has eliminated their unlimited data plans for smartphones. What you may not know, is that Verizon is planning to do the same. Smartphones like the units running the Android operating system are constantly connected to the internet, there is no way around this. If Verizon Wireless follows in AT&T's footsteps, we can all expect a dramatic rise in our monthly bills. For example, I checked my data usage for my HTC Incredible and I found that I used 12,102MBs last month. AT&T only offers blocks of 200MBs per month for $15 with each additional block costing another $15. If Verizon follows this plan, then my bill would have cost me an additional $892.65 no including the standard phone and messaging charges. Is this something that we can afford in this economy? Do we really want Verizon, the largest cell phone company in the US to do this to us?

 

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Links

Here is some additional informaiton:

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2010-06-17/verizon-may-follow-at-t-s-iphone-to-tiered-pricing-update1-.html


http://www.digitaltrends.com/mobile/verizon-wireless-mulling-tiered-data-plans/

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