AT&T and Verizon Prices what will you be paying

Just recently Verizon set a whole new range of price plans including those with unlimited text, voice and data plans for the top of the range smartphones.

Great idea, but now this has sparked a range of battles in a new mobile price war. The newest of price cuts have been influenced by the aggressive policy that has been seen by Sprint Nextel.

Sprint Nextel has plans that let customers call any cell phone in the US for free, but even more interesting is the new rates will impose more expensive prices on those wireless customers.

The plans introduced by AT&T and Verizon are expected to make thing simpler than the new pricing plans. Instead of achieving that they still remain rather confusing. Most of you may well be interested in looking into this a little closer it does look like most will save on voice calls and data plans remain the bigger issue for customers. For further information and a more in-depth look at the plans simply go to blog.taraganza.com


One thought on “AT&T and Verizon Prices what will you be paying”

  1. Harley says:

    I think that Verizon is definitely better than AT&T in network coverage but I’m not going to pay their prices to either company. I have a Straight Talk phone with unlimited talk, texts and data for $45 per month. ST is an MVNO on Verizon’s network nationwide which is one of the things I digg about Straight Talk. I have a wicked cool Samsung Finesse touchscreen and unlike the other prepaid companies, I don’t have to pay more per month just because I have a cool phone.

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