Verizon launches $60 ‘unlimited’ mobile phone plan with no data cap
Verizon has launched a new plan that will include no monthly data caps and no data limits on smartphones.
The $60 unlimited plan will offer up to two gigabytes of data and 10GB of data a month for $100 per month.
Customers can also get a free text messaging or calling card for one year.
Verizon said the plan is not limited to US customers, but it is aimed at people who have contracts with the company, like those who are using Verizon’s international plans.
The carrier said the unlimited plan is also available in other regions, including in Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Russia, Spain, Turkey, and the United Kingdom.
Verified by Ars Technica reporter Jason Rubin