Unlimited Plus includes unlimited ultrawide band 5G data
Now according to rumors, the “myPlan” branding means that subscribers will be able to choose which perks they will get. For example, depending on which Verizon unlimited plan you currently have, you can get the popular Disney+ bundle, Apple Arcade, or Apple Music for free, but, which is a lot, but under “myPlan,” subscribers have to pay $10 a month. For each feature they choose. If Verizon hopes to stay ahead of T-Mobile, that would be a huge mistake. This is the largest movement ever made by the United Nations.
Based On The Leaked Photos, Verizon Wants Its Customers To Pay For Perks Including The Now Free Ones
Now that doesn’t mean there isn’t value in some of these rumored freebies. Verizon says in leaked images that the 100GB of mobile hotspot connection it’s offering for $10 a month will save subscribers $35 a month. But the point of T-Mobile perks is to prevent the subscriber from paying extra for them. The move may not go down with subscribers as well as Verizon thought. For example, paying $10 a month for a Walmart membership will save a Verizon subscriber less than $3 a month after paying an additional $10 a month.
- Disney+ bundle including hulu, ESPN+, Disney+ – $10.00 per month saving subscribers $4.99 per month.
- An Apple One bundle including iCloud+, Apple TV+, Apple Music, and Apple Arcade—$10 per month saves subscribers $6.95 per month.
- Apple Music Family Plan- $10.00 per month saves subscribers $6.99 per month.
- HBO Max Credit- $10.00 per month saves subscribers $5.00 per month.
- Smartwatch Data & Safety- $10.00 per month saves subscribers $10.00 per month.
- 3 days TravelPass- $10.00 per month saving subscribers $20.00 per month.
- 2TB cloud storage- $10.00 per month saving subscribers $4.99 per month.
Another issue you may not have caught your eye is that while both “myPlan” Unlimited Welcome and Unlimited Plus support 5G, the cheapest plan includes unlimited 5G data while the Unlimited Plus plan supports unlimited 5G Ultra Broadband data. It’s not clear and we should know more soon, but it looks like if you want faster-than-mid-band 5G that’s about 10x faster than LTE, you’ll have to subscribe to the more expensive Unlimited Plus plan.
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