Everything You Need to Know about Verizon’s Start, Play More, Do More and Get More Unlimited Plans

BY Mahit Huilgol

Published 2 Aug 2019

Photo: Mike Mozart/Flickr CC

It is not often that Verizon reduces its price. The company has announced that it will be lowering the cost of all unlimited plans. As part of the change Verizon will be retiring the current Go, Above and Beyond plans whilst replacing them with new plans that cost less to the consumers.

New Verizon Unlimited Plans

Start Unlimited

Verizon has added a new plan called Start. The limitations of Start plan is that speed can be throttled depending on the network congestion and video streaming is automatically reduced to 480p. Furthermore, the plan doesn’t support tethering which means you cannot use the data on any device other than your iPhone. On the brighter side, the Start Plan offers six-month Apple Music Trial. It is worth noting that Start Plan now costs $5 less than the Go and offers greater flexibility.

Play More and Do More Unlimited

Verizon’s Above Plan can be had in two variations, Play More and Do More. In Play More, users will get 25GB of 4G speed after which data will be throttled. Video streaming is restricted to 720p and the plan bundles a full-fledged Apple Music Subscription.

Do More offers 50GB of data at 4G speed, double as that of Play More. However, this plan offers 6-month Apple Music trial and video streaming is once again capped at 480p. Both the plans offer 15GB of mobile hotspot data post which the speeds will be throttled to 600 Kbps. As far as prices are concerned, the Play More and Do More cost $5 less than the plan they replace.

Get More Unlimited Plan

Moving on, the Get More Plan offers 75GB of data at 4G seeds whilst streaming is restricted to 720p. That being said, the plan offers a full Apple Music subscription. As a bonus, you will also get 500GB of cloud storage and WiFi hotspot at 50% discount. Customers can get 5G access by paying $10 month extra for all unlimited plans including Start, Play More, Do More and Get More.

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[via Verizon]