Verizon Wireless Joins Pricing War With 'More Everything'
By Craig Galbraith
February 15, 2014 - News
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Step up to the buffet: Verizon Wireless is the latest to join what's becoming an interesting pricing war among the major carriers, delivering what it calls its "More Everything" plan.

The carrier is doubling data on some of its offerings, including international access and giving you 25GB of cloud storage.

"More Everything" customers who choose Verizon Edge, the company's early-upgrade program for smartphones, will also be eligible for $10 off monthly smartphone access for data allowances up to 8 GB, and $20 off monthly smartphone access on plans of 10 GB and higher. They also get unlimited international messaging added to unlimited domestic text, picture and video messaging.

The 25GB of cloud storage applies to each More Everything line. The carrier's International Long Distance Value Plan can be added, giving subscribers rates as low as 1 cent per minute to Canada and Mexico, and 5 centers per minute to many other countries in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Plans start at $45 per month. Rival AT&T recently cut prices on its plans (although what you get varies), and both are trying to keep up with T-Mobile, which last year lowered prices when it eliminated postpaid contracts for new customers. Of course, with T-Mobile, you have to pay more upfront for your device.

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