Verizon data will cost you more when you use its new wireless service, according to a report from Bloomberg.
The new plan, which is not yet available to the general public, includes a one-time $5.99 monthly data charge for data, and a $1.99 per gigabyte monthly data surcharge.
Verizon has been testing the service in India and plans to roll out it nationwide in the next few weeks.
The company is touting the new plan as a way to bring more people into the wireless network.
It says that users who want to keep their data costs to a minimum will be able to do so with the new data plan.
But that means that a typical household with a smartphone and a Verizon-issued data plan could be paying more than $20 per month for the service.
In the US, the price of a smartphone will go up to $699.99 in January and up to an additional $199.99 after that.
And in Canada, you can expect to pay about $15 a month for a data plan in January.
But the average price of wireless data has not increased as much as the price charged by Verizon’s competitors.
The carrier said that its new plan will allow it to provide more value to customers by reducing the costs associated with its data plans.
In some cases, the cost savings will be enough to offset the cost of the plan.
The cost of Verizon’s new service will not be reflected in its existing phone plans.