Verizon charging for data over 5GB on "unlimited" plan

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Verizon is the latest carrier to become convinced that unlimited doesn’t mean unlimited, as its started charging customers of its $59.99 unlimited mobile broadband plan overages if they exceed 5GB in a billing cycle.

So while its going to still call it “unlimited”, customers will get charged a premium of $.49-per-megabyte over 5GB.

We think Verizon needs to call it, oh, the 5GB plan. Or something.

Verizon’s New $59.99 Data Plan has Overage Charges [Mobile Burn]

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