Verizon Wireless is lowering the cost on many of its More Everything shared data plans by as much as $10 per month.
Starting Feb. 5, shared data plans with 1-4GB of data will cost $10 less per month and the carrier’s $70 plan will now come with 6GB of data instead of 4GB. The carrier has also taken $5 off its 8GB plan and reduced the cost of a 20GB shared plan from $150 to $140 per month.
In addition, for a limited time subscribers who buy smartphones on the Verizon Edge installment program will pay $15 per month after a $25 access discount per line. More Everything plans with 4GB of data or less will get a $15 discount per line. For example, Verizon says two smartphones with 6GB of shared data will now cost $100 per month.
Verizon also added new 12GB ($110), 14GB ($120), and 16GB ($130) options to its More Everything plans.
The carrier also offering for a limited time a $100 credit for customers who port over an existing number and activate a device on Edge.
The new pricing rates for More Everything are available to new and existing customers for a limited time.
Verizon’s pricing changes come after AT&T in October 2014 also introduced a $70 shared data plan with 6GB. AT&T also then announced a 3GB plan for $40 per month, which beats out Verizon’s just announced 3GB plan for $50 per month.