Published: Tue, March 24, 2020
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Verizon will add an extra 15GB to phone plans for free

Verizon will add an extra 15GB to phone plans for free

Today, Verizon announced a bunch of new perks for customers.

Verizon has actually revealed that it is immediately including 15 GB of high-speed data to cordless strategies in action to the coronaviruspandemic Additionally, the firm revealed it will certainly forgo excess costs as well as late charges for those impacted by the situation, forgo web as well as voice solution for those on its price cut Lifeline strategy, as well as repeated its previous promise of cost-free global requiring customer cordless as well as residence voice customers to CDC degree 3 nations, to name a few initiatives.

Verizon has also chose to waive late fees and overage charges for residential and small business customers affected by COVID-19. Unlimited customers obviously have unlimited data, but they would still receive this extra data to use in 4G LTE hotspot.

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The perk that wireless customers will care about the most is the addition of 15GB of data to most plans starting March 25 and lasting until April 30. It will get added to your data bucket automatically on Wednesday. The pledge asks USA internet service providers to not terminate service for residential and small business customers, waive late fees incurred as a result of the pandemic, and provide open access public Wi-Fi hotspots to "any American who needs them". "With so many Americans working and learning remotely from home, having access to reliable and affordable internet is more important than ever before". For those who already have an unlimited plan, Verizon is offering additional hotspot data, and the same can be said for Jetpack (Verizons branded hotspot line) customers.

Verizon has a program called Lifeline that offers discounted in-home internet and voice services to qualified low-income families. According to Verizon, all customers who have plans dating since 2015 are eligible for the promotions, including More Everything, Verizon Plan 1.0 and 2.0, as well as the Verizon Unlimited Plan and all Mix & Match Unlimited plans. You also get two months free of router rental charge, or you can bring your own router, and you also get one year of Disney Plus free.

Mobile + Home Rewards benefits: customers with Verizon postpaid mobile service can enroll through Verizon Up for additional benefits and discounts. When not writing about and analyzing the latest happenings with Apple, Yoni enjoys catching Improv shows in Chicago, playing soccer, and cultivating new TV show addictions, the most recent examples being The Walking Dead and Broad City.

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