Verizon is also now offering double data deals.
Customers on the 12GB More Everything Plan will now receive 15GB of data for $110 per month, while customers on the 16GB plan will now get 30GB of data for $130. The rest of the offerings are as follows:
Verizon’s new deals are available through Oct. 31.
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Two of the nation’s largest carriers are offering some pretty nice deals.
AT&T is offering double data plans on packages between 15GB and 50GB for no additional cost. This offer is good for life, but customers must sign up before Oct. 31.
For $130 per month (plus the line access charges), you can have 30GB of data per month on up to 10 lines. Or, you could up to 40GB ($150), 60GB ($225), 80GB ($300), and 100GB ($375).
Sprint is offering a similar deal, which also expires at the end of the month.
The company’s 32GB, 40GB, and 60GB Family Share Pack plans have been increased to 60GB ($130), 80GB ($150), and 120GB ($225), respectively, for no additional charge. This too is good for life.
To sweeten the deal, Sprint is also waving access charges for handsets, tablets, and mobile broadband devices on 20GB or higher data allowances through the end of 2015.
Sprint will be extending this offer to its business customers starting on Friday, Oct. 3.
It looks like Sprint has the better deal. Of course, many won’t need 60GB per month.
We thank reader Robert for bringing this news to our attention.