Verizon does have unlimited BlackBerry plans.
In the prepaid world
Prepaid Plans and Prepaid Cell Phones - Verizon Wireless
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- 07-26-2011, 10:46 PM #5
So why would you pay $125 per month for unlimited talk and tex and data where you can do TMO and pay $70 per month for unlimited talk, tex and 2 GB at 4 G speed? That's a savings over over $55 a month or $660 per year.
And if you wanted to you could pay an extra $10 and get unlimited international texting and unlimited calling to landlines in over 200 countries.
The big advantage to prepaid is that the price is the price as they are not subject to taxes and/or regulatory fees, but Verizon is totally out of synch with their prices.
- 07-26-2011, 10:56 PM #6
When prepaid goes bad - a no-contract plan with the price of contracted plan..lol. Even Sprint's 2-year unlimited contracted plans are cheaper at $99 a month.
On the other hand, Verizon's large coverage would work well with mobile businesses, people in rural areas, etc. But for the needs of most people, Verizon's plans are overpriced.
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- 07-26-2011, 11:31 PM #10
Point is Verizon is way overpriced, but if you can't get good or decent coverage then you can't get it and like you pointed out really don't have a choice other than to bend over.
- 07-27-2011, 10:23 AM #12
A friend of mine who does a lot of maintenance work for me has TMO and he had to use my phone whenever he'd come help me with something.
The guy that helps me saddlebreak my horses has Verizon which was the main reason why I swapped. Even at my BFE corn patch on Hee Haw house, he got anywhere from 3/5 bars to 5/5 bars of 3G service on his Droid and I'm 40 miles from the nearest major city (Memphis). Verizon IS overpriced but at least my phone rings when someone calls me and I have a signal no matter where I am.God save us all. Go Sharks.
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