Verizon testing “Unlimited Any Mobile Plans” in Texas and Louisiana

Lucky are those that live in Texas and Louisiana. Beginning soon, Verizon is testing “Unlimited Any Mobile Plans” in the two aforementioned markets. Why now? It appears that Verizon wants to begin eating away at Sprint’s Any Mobile/Anytime plans, which due to affordability, have made an impact on Sprint’s subscriber gains. Press release states:

Eligible consumers may sign up for a single line Nationwide Unlimited Talk plan that allows the customer to call and send text, picture and video messages to anyone in the United States regardless of service provider for $59.99-$79.99 monthly access. Nationwide Family SharePlans will also have the new Unlimited Any Mobile plan options for $99.99-$129.99 monthly access.

This new plan does allow current subscribers to migrate over to the new plan without any penalties involved or without having to renew their contracts. The plan base is pretty simple and straight forward, compared with older plans and AT&T and T-Mobile plans:

Single Line Plans:

  • 450 minutes for $59.99
  • 900 minutes for $79.99

Family SharePlans:

  • 700 minutes for $99.99
  • 1400 minutes for $119.99
  • 2000 minutes for $129.99

In order to qualify for one of the following rate plans, you must have a prefix number beginning with one of the following area codes: 210, 214, 254, 318, 325, 361, 430, 432, 439, 469, 512, 682, 806, 817, 830, 903, 915, 940, 956 or 972.

Verizon states that they “are promotional plans specific to some customers,” therefore, not all of you may qualify for these terms. Our suggestion to you, if you have one of the above area codes, is to contact Verizon and see if you are eligible for the new plans.

[via BGR]

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