Thanks to Verizon Wireless for sponsoring this post.
Who among us isn’t too busy, too tired, and — after the kids are finally snoozing — would much rather spend their first quiet moment of the day indulging in some “adult” tablet reading? That sure beats sitting with the dreaded wireless bill, trying to figure out how in the world it’s climbed to monstrous proportions. Do I really need all those minutes? Wouldn’t it make more sense to have all of my household devices under one plan? Should I just disconnect from everything and go get a massage and facial with the savings?
Verizon feels your pain, and has introduced its new Share Everything plan so you know exactly what you’re paying for, and maybe once you do, you can even save a buck or two. Here’s the deal: Just decide how many devices need to be added to your data plan (for instance, your smartphone, your hubby’s smartphone, your preteen’s “dumb” phone, your laptop, and your tablet). You’ll get unlimited talk and text for all of your phones, so the next step is to decide how much data you’ll need – one set amount to cover up to 10 devices (and you can add more if needed in 2GB increments for an additional $10 a pop). Pricing is as follows: $40 each for smartphones; non-smartphones are $30; netbooks, notebooks, jetpacks, and USB’s are $20; and tablets are $10. Verizon also boasts more 4G LTE coverage than all networks combined!
Take the time to get all of your mobile gear in check, and you’ll never stare at your wireless bill with that dumbfounded look on your face again. If you’re like most wireless customers, you’ll likely see your monthly bill decrease, and/or get more benefits and services for the amount you’re used to paying.
Head to www.verizonwireless.com/ShareEverything to learn more.