Here’s Why Verizon Wireless Is Offering Unlimited Data
However, there's one special catch.
Let us all rejoice because our prayers have been answered. Verizon is once again offering unlimited data!
Why? Because of this beautiful little thing called competition in the free market. After it came out in the 2017 State of Mobile Networks report that Verizon was no longer the fastest wireless network, it seems the monopoly they once ruled in the cell world dropped.
T-Mobile is now rated just as fast as Verizon. Heck, even Sprint has stepped up their game recently (Can you hear that?) and it can only be deduced that the company is now scrambling to remain the top dog in wireless.
On Sunday, Verizon announced a new introductory plan for unlimited data, or to phrase it more accurately, the “unmetered” plan. The one caveat to all this is that at once a single line hits 22 GB, Verizon will limit the user's access to data.
To sum up: Verizon is offering unlimited data, talking and texting for a single line, for $80 a month. That's before taxes and fees, which typically inflate the bill.
There are some other catches, and you can read about those HERE.