Verizon has announced plans to start offering a $100 monthly fee to broadband internet customers.
Verizon says it will start offering the offer on Nov. 12.
It will be free for existing customers and will continue to offer the offer until customers upgrade to a more expensive tier.
Verity has long been one of the top providers of internet in the US, offering a wide range of broadband options, including high-speed internet, mobile hotspots, fixed wireless, cable and satellite internet, and a bunch of high-cost plans.
Its broadband offerings have gotten even more expensive in the last few years.
Verify customers can now get an extra $100 to upgrade to Verizon’s cheaper tier.
The move comes after Verizon last month launched a $200 credit to people who pay the new $1.00/month data plan and add $10/month for any unused data.
Verizys new $10 monthly data plan is currently only available for customers who subscribe to the $5.99/month Unlimited Data plan, which comes with unlimited access to the internet.
It does not include unlimited internet, data, or voice.
Verizons $200 plan will be available to all customers with existing plans.
Verizon’s previous unlimited data plan included data for $20 a month and included voice and text services.
The $100 fee will start at $30 for a $40 monthly plan, or $50 for a 40-month plan.
The $100 is valid for a maximum of one billing cycle.
Veris $200 monthly data fee will begin on Nov 12.
Veritas offer applies to new customers onlyVerizon Uverse is a nationwide internet service provider.
The company offers a $99 monthly service plan for home users with no restrictions.
It offers internet access at speeds of 1Mbps to up to 50Mbps.