Verizon to Double Size of 4G LTE Data Cap for Limited Time

Paul Lilly

The whole idea of having a mobile data cap blows, especially when you consider the things we're using our smartphones for, like downloading games, surfing all corners of the Web, streaming Netflix, tapping into streaming music, and so forth. Snug fitting data caps become even more bothersome when you have access to a fast 4G LTE connection, but there's a bit of relief in sight.

For a limited time, Verizon Wireless is letting new and existing 4G LTE customers double the size of their 4G LTE data plan at no additional cost. Before the promotion goes into effect, here is what you're looking at:

  • 2GB: $30/month
  • 5GB: $50/month
  • 10GB: $80/month

Each of the plans above will double in size, so you'd be paying $30 for 4GB, $50 for 10GB, or $80 for 20GB. According to PCMag.com , the promotion begins tomorrow, November 8, 2011, which is three days before the launch of the hotly anticipated Motorola Droid RAZR smartphone.

It isn't yet known how long the promotion will run, so if you're even remotely interested, it's best to consult that magic 8-ball sooner rather than later.

Image Credit: Motorola

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