The world’s largest wireless carrier is inching closer to releasing its data plans.
The company is planning to debut its first data plan on February 23, a month before the February 25 holiday.
Verizon plans to launch the new plan in three sizes, with plans ranging from $70 to $99 per month.
The price of the plans is expected to vary depending on where you live, which will likely vary based on where in the US you live.
While the plan will come in four sizes, Verizon is still undecided on the price of each plan.
The data plans will be available to Verizon customers in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean.
Customers who purchase the $99 data plan will be able to add unlimited talk and text to the plans, as well as the ability to add more data on their phones for free.
The plan also includes a data-boosting plan, which includes up to four gigabytes of data for $25 per month and unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data.
Verizon is also planning to offer unlimited texting for $10 a month, and unlimited data for one year for $50.
The pricing of the data plans is set to drop to $69 per month by the end of the year, with a $99 plan also available.
It will also be offering unlimited voice calls for $12 a month and text messages for $4.50 per message.
Verizon has a very strong data strategy.
The carrier recently launched a new data plan for $80 per month for customers who pay for unlimited talk.
Customers will also get unlimited texting and 4GB of data, and they will get the option to buy data boosters, which come with extra data.
In addition, Verizon will offer a data Boost program, which lets users boost their data speeds to a maximum of 4G speeds for $100.
In 2018, Verizon started offering plans for $99, which include unlimited talk for $24 per month, text for $7 per message, and a data boost for $150 per year.
Verizon’s data plans were also the first of its kind, with the carrier releasing plans for just $70 for unlimited data in 2016.