This is a sponsored post written by the folks at Verizon. Two thumbs up for our sponsors!
Data is at the center of our lives; there’s no escaping or denying it, which is why most people have embraced it. The problem is that giant (and confusing!) bill at the end of the month! Between smartphones, laptops, tablets, and more, if you want to stay connected in the best ways possible, it’s becoming mind boggling to figure out the best data plan for your needs. Verizon’s Share Everything Plan is aiming to take the guesswork out of your wireless decisions, while making your digital life more affordable.
Whether you need to stay connected for work, like keeping up with your social networks, or enjoy being creative, the plan will provide you with ample data – and it will likely cost the same or less than it’s costing you now.
Here’s how it works: Share Everything Plans include unlimited talk, unlimited text , and data that can be shared with up to 10 devices on your account. All you have to do is decide on two things: First, how many devices will be on the plan. Each smartphone with unlimited talk and text is $40; non-smartphones are $30; netbooks, notebooks, jetpacks, and USB’sare $20; and tablets are $10. Next, decide how much data you need. For every additional 2GB, just add $10 more per month. And that’s it – one consistent monthly charge, no confusion, and once you crunch the numbers, you’ll most likely be getting more bang for your mobile buck. One thing you can count on for sure is more 4G LTE coverage than all networks combined.