Which Verizon Hotspot Plans Are Right For You?

  • July 1, 2021

The Globe and Mail is reporting that while AT&T’s $60 unlimited plan is the only plan on the market with unlimited data and unlimited talk, Verizon’s $40 unlimited plan has unlimited talk and data, as well as $5 off for each extra gigabyte of data.

AT&Ts plan has 4GB of data for $50, while Verizon’s plans have 8GB of talk for $70 and 16GB of download for $95.

While we are on the topic of data, AT&ts is offering $5 free per GB to anyone who uses their phone on the network.

Verizon is offering free talk and download for the first five minutes after logging in, with $5 added every 15 minutes after.

You can read more about AT&t’s unlimited plan here.

We are not able to confirm whether or not AT&s unlimited plans are the same as the one Verizon is rolling out, but we are looking into it.

It will be interesting to see how much of an impact it has on the overall industry.

Which Verizon hotspot are you going to get for free?

  • June 14, 2021

Verizon Wireless has unveiled its newest hotspot: the “Eird Hotspot”.

It is free for a limited time and the company will offer it to anyone who signs up for a free unlimited plan.

That means you can get the Eird Hotspots for $10.99 per month for $50.99, or for $39.99 for $69.99.

That is an enormous savings, if you consider the average household is spending more than $100 a month on monthly mobile phone bills.

It is also one of the first hotspots to offer unlimited plans, and the first Verizon hotspots that offer unlimited services.

Verizon also announced a new unlimited plan: the GigaWiFi Hotspot, which is free to sign up for.

Verge previously announced plans to offer up to four hotspots on its unlimited plans.

That has since been expanded to six.

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