Verizon’s ‘More Everything’ plan offers increased data and unlimited international messaging

Posted Feb 13, 2014

Verizon has announced a new ‘More Everything’ plan. The More Everything plan will replace the Share Everything plans, which offers users reduced monthly fees and it has a few extra features to give people an incentive to stay away from T-Mobile’s Uncarrier plans.

The new plans have reduced monthly fees for people that participate in the Verizon Edge early-upgrade program. If you have a data plan that is 8GB or less, than you will get $10 off. People with 10GB or more will get a $20 break from their plan.

Customers that have a plan with multiple lines would see a discount on each smartphone. If you are not part of the Edge program, then you will not be able to benefit from the discounts. Some plans will get doubled data caps for no additional charge, but this will apply to lowest tier options including 500MB and 1GB.

Verizon is giving each More Everything line an additional 25GB of Verizon Cloud storage. For $5 extra per month, you can get a security feature called Family Base. This also goes for a new International Long Distance Value Plan with rates from $0.01 per minute.

[Source: Engadget]