Marketplace Tech Report for Wednesday, June 13, 2012

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If you have an unlimited data plan for your phone through Verizon, you should know that Verizon is trying to put a stop to that. The company announced a plan aimed at families who have multiple phones and tablets connected to data networks. All the calls and text messages you want for up to 10 devices, but limited use of the data network. And as of June 28th, customers who want new phones will have to either go to a limited plan or pay the subsidy that Verizon normally pays, meaning a new iPhone could start at $649.
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Verizon is trying to stamp out unlimited data customers

Big Red wants you to go nuts on calls and texts, but keep your data use in check.
Posted In: Verizon, data plans, Sprint, iPhone

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