Verizon could be launching unlimited 4G LTE data plan

Summary:Verizon Wireless still manages to have an unlimited monthly data plan - at least for 3G service. That same $30 per month plan could be coming for Verizon's 4G LTE network.

Verizon Wireless still manages to have an unlimited monthly data plan - at least for 3G service. That same $30 per month plan could be coming for Verizon's 4G LTE network.

Verizon doesn't even have any 4G-ready smartphones yet, but we know it's only a matter of time until the HTC Thunderbolt finally gets a release date. According to Droid Life, the unlimited 4G plan will also cost only $29.99 per month, at first anyway. This could likely change once the network becomes more crowded, giving Verizon the chance to up prices.

Even though Droid Life credits this information to a "reliable source," there's still a possibility that this could be erroneous, and Verizon customers might end up with 4G service as an add-on package.

No word on when this will be announced officially...if ever.

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Topics: Mobility, Hardware, Verizon, Wi-Fi

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