According to the official announcement of Verizon’s Share Everything plan, the most data you can purchase is 10GB for $100, and you’ll have to pay an overage charge after that. However, it appears that there are actually a whole pile more price brackets above that, which are only now coming to light.
As reported by ComputerWorld, Verizon also offers five more tiers than the ones we already knew about: 12GB for $110; 14GB for $120; 16GB for $130; 18GB for $140; and 20GB for $150.
The original report suggested that this was not available online, but only by calling in to Verizon or going to a store. Followup reports from elsewhere show that you can, in fact, pick these from Verizon’s website — but they were not part of the original marketing push or announcement.
So good news for families that use a lot of data, but aren’t grandfathered with unlimited plans. Still, $150 per month of data? Ouch, that’s a lot of money.