Verizon Wireless, the biggest U.S. mobile provider, will stop offering unlimited data service plans on July 7th. Instead, new Verizon customers will pay $30 a month for a 2 gigabyte usage limit. Reuters.com reports that Verizon’s heavier data users will have the option of signing up for a $50 per month plan for 5 GB or $80 a month for 10 GB.
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