Verizon is reportedly adding a new fee to its older unlimited plans, well some of it. The largest carrier in the United States really wants to push users to its unlimited plans lately.
Verizon Is Reportedly Adding a New Fee to Its Older Unlimited Plans
Carrier Verizon is now adding a new $2 fee to some of its older unlimited plans, CNET had just confirmed, the new reported fee which is described by the carrier as a “rate plan adjustment” will directly impact those that are on a variety of unlimited plans and this is including Beyond Unlimited as well as its age 55 Plus variation, Go Unlimited and lastly, the older Verizon Unlimited plan.
Customers Will Be Notified Of the Changes via Email and Other Means
Customers will start to be told about the charge via email, physical mail as well as notices on their upcoming bills in March. The new fee will be $2 per line every month according to reports and will begin with April bills.
A spokesperson from Verizon says that the fee in question is “to account for the added cost of maintaining these legacy plans.”
What You Need to Know about Verizon’s Go and Beyond Plans
The Go and Beyond plans were reportedly introduced back in 2018 while Verizon Unlimited on the other hand was announced back in 2017. The carrier however is not adding new fees to its more recent plans. The new fee was initially reported by Tech Life channel on YouTube.
Verizon Plans To Push Its Users onto Its More Recent Plans
New fees or rate spikes on older plans are not new for Verizon as it continues to look to push its users onto its more recent plans, the carrier in the previous year added new “economic adjustment charges” to the bills of its customers while also rising the rates for its older, shared data plans separately.