Unlimited Calling Plan from Verizon
Verizon is aiming to win over its biggest competitor, AT & T, with its Unlimited Together World plan for those making calls to other countries. Verizon Strikes Back With Unlimited International Calling Plan
According to Verizon, the new plan offers unlimited calling minutes to landlines in more than 70 different countries. And mobile numbers in more than 40 countries.
But if the country you are calling is not on either list. Unlimited Together World also offers “downgraded” calls to more than 160 countries, though no one knows how much.
In comparison, the AT & T International Day Pass allows you to use your national data plan as well as unlimited conversations and texts in more than 100 countries. Of course, you will have to drop $ 10 for a 24-hour pass. But AT & T can remove the pass from any account if international usage exceeds 50% of total usage for two consecutive months.
Unlimited Together World, however, will only charge you an additional $ 15 each month. So it’s more of a plan for longer use than the International Day Pass. If you do not make many international calls. Verizon also offers Unlimited Together North America, which allows you to call Mexico or Canada as many times as you want for $ 5 a month.
In fact, it has been an exciting start to the year for Verizon. As its first announcement of 2017 was $ 30 dollars increase in its upgrade fee. While AT & T decided to continue with a similar increase of $ 20 to $ 25 for its rate Activation and update. And it also announced changes for its customers of unlimited data plans.
But above all, what can make things worse for Verizon and AT & T is the Federal Communications Commission, which concluded that both companies violated the rules of net neutrality.
We will see how this ends for both companies.