Verizon starts rolling out its 4G service late this year, and a top exec says the company may not go with unlimited usage for a flat monthly fee. Instead, Verizon might sell monthly plans with fixed data limits--small, medium and large, perhaps, with prices to match.
Good idea or bad? That'll depend on the prices and data limits Verizon offers. We shall see.
This same item also notes that Verizon plans to offer voice-over-IP service on its 4G phones. That'd mean no more separate voice and data plans, because the phone would treat everything as data. No more separate bill for cell phone minutes, then. Nice idea, but only if Verizon sets a nice cheap price for 4G access.
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