|Wednesday, 25 June 2008|
Verizon Updates Overage Charges On EVDO Data Plans
UPDATE: 05/18/09 Verizon has lowered their overage charges on 5GB plan to $0.05/MB
(in effect with NEW contracts, and may NOT apply to existing contracts!)
New, lower overage charges started 05/17/09
Verizon's BroadBandAccess EVDO Data plans created after March 1, 2008 were the first to be subjected to overage charges. When these overage charges were implemented, a customer's monthly bill did NOT have a ceiling/cap, making it possible for customers to end up with insane monthly bills that they would not be able to dispute.
Effective June 22, 2008, Verizon has now changed how overage charges will affect those who exceed allotted usage per month. The new implementation provides for:
In addition to the changes in overage charges to existing 50MB and 5GB plans, a new plan is being made available to customers who have used up all their 'usage limits'. This new "save plan" provides 10GB of data usage for $199.99/mo and the same $0.25/mb overage charge after the alloted data usage.
As a reminder, we repeat the following information on how customers can monitor what Verizon lists as their current billing month's usage.
The latest versions of Verizon's VZAccess Manager software feature a "Usage" button that will allow a customer to see what the current data transfer that Verizon has associated with a particular line of service.
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