Verizon customers in the U.S. will soon have access to up to 100GB of data for just $35, a deal that was announced last week.
The carrier has now released a FAQ page on its website, and users can view the terms of the deal by clicking here.
The deal includes unlimited data on a variety of plans including Business, Business Home, Personal, and Ultimate.
The cost is $5 per month for Business, $15 for Business Home and $20 for Business Personal, though that could be lowered for customers who want more data.
Verizon is also offering an introductory $100 data offer for up to $50 in monthly bills.
The deal comes as Verizon continues to push the launch of its own prepaid and data plans.
Verizon Wireless is offering its customers a $20 monthly fee for new and existing customers, with the ability to cancel their current plan at any time.
Verizon customers can also switch from their current wireless service to the new prepaid plan for $5 a month.
The company’s first prepaid service, Verizon Wireless Unlimited, is also available for $30 a month with an option to pay the monthly fee in a credit card or cash.