In June of this year, Verizon Wireless introduced mobile customers to a series of new data plans which they called Share Everything. The essence of these plans were that they were available for a monthly fee of $100 for which consumers would have access to a maximum of 10GB of data transfer.
In a game of cat and mouse, AT&T followed up on Verizon’s offer by coming out with their own plans called Mobile Share. These plans which were recently announced are expected to be available in August and with them, customers have access to 20GB of data for $200. Not to be outdone, Verizon is now expanding their Share Anything plans. Although the new data plans haven’t been listed on the company’s website just yet, Computerworld.com has been tipped and according to their information, the updated Share Everything plans will retail for for $150 and feature 20GB of monthly data. As such, the new plan is the same as the AT&T data plan with one exception and that is that the Verizon plan is $50 cheaper.
In total, Verizon will offer 5 Share Everything Plans. Their cheapest plan retails for $100/month and comes with 12GB of data and their largest plan is $150/month which includes 20GB of data.