Let's say mom and pop both own a smartphone and little Johhny has a dumbphone and they decide the 4GB plan is right for them. The total monthly bill is $180 ($40 smartphone + $40 smartphone + $30 dumb phone + $70 for 4GB). That's not obscene, but it's not stellar, either. Where the Share Everything plans have more value is for individuals or families who want to add tablets, which run $10/month a pop.
As far as overages go, Verizon will charge $15 per 1GB. And if you need more than 10GB/month, Verizon says you can log in to your account and add 2GB for $10.
What are your thoughts on Verizon's Share Everything plans?
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