Verizon iPhone 4 Voice, Data and Messaging Plans Revealed

All are well aware of the Verizon iPhone 4 and the good news is that you will be able to order it starting the 3rd of February. Recently, Apple updated their website with the subscription plans which will be available for Verizon Wireless users but the soon took it down. Guys, at MacRumors captured some screenshots and here is what it looks like.

Both, the 16GB which is priced at ($199) and the 32GB priced at ($299) are available and subscribers will be able to select from various options for voice, data and messaging.

Voice plans start at $39.99/month where you get 450 minutes and 900 minutes are available for $59.99. Nationwide Unlimited checking is priced at $69.99 every month. Family Share Plans start at $69.99 for 700 minutes, $89.99 for 1400 minutes, $99.99 for 2000 minutes and unlimited at $119.99.

The only data plan available at the current time for the Verizon iPhone 4 is a $29.99 unlimited plan with an additional offering of 2GB mobile hotspot and tethering for an additional $20 every month.

The messaging plans include 250 messages for $5, 500 messages for $10 and unlimited messaging for $20. Users can also opt out of the messaging plans and simply pay for every message which and it will cost them 20 cents for a text message and 25 cents for a multimedia message. Customers interested will be required to accept a two-year contract.

2 thoughts on “Verizon iPhone 4 Voice, Data and Messaging Plans Revealed”

  1. Text messaging has grow to be an integral a part of our day-to-day lives. Nobody can deny the insurmountable amount of comfort it has allowed us when attending matters of both our personal and enterprise affairs. The flexibility to send fast messages on the go is what makes text messaging so engaging that almost all of us simply can not stay with out it. It has actually transcended from a mere luxury to a necessity as evidenced by the heavy inflow of cell phones in the market today. Amongst them, the Apple iPhone might be the one that garnered essentially the most public adulation. It’s because the iPhone is the first telephone that mixed the powers of both cellphone and computer.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *