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Verizon jumps into price war with 'More Everything' plan

Matt Hamblen | Feb. 14, 2014
Verizon Wireless jumped into a growing price war with other national carriers on Thursday by announcing a "More Everything" plan that doubles the data allowance for some customers, including small businesses.

T-Mobile doesn't have a tiered data plan and takes a different approach by offering cheaper plans that slow down the data rate after a certain amount of data is used. T-Mobile's unlimited option for a single user costs $70 a month, not including device costs.

Sprint offers a single user unlimited data for $75 a month.


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