Now Verizon is doubling its shared data plans too

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In a nice little example of what happens when there’s actually some competition in a market, Verizon has become the third carrier to double the data it offers in many of its largest family plans. Verizon is now offering 30GB for $130, 40GB for $150, and 60GB for $225, though you’ll also have to pay a per-line fee. That’s identical to what AT&T is now offering, while Sprint’s offerings are currently twice those for nearly the same prices. The promotion runs through the end of October, like those from Sprint and AT&T.

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