Verizon is reported to be testing a new unlimited mobile-to-mobile calling plan for some of their customers. According to a report on the Engadget, Verizon has been trying out this new plan in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and “select markets” in Texas, Tennessee, and Florida. Such unlimited mobile-to-mobile calling would be carrier agnostic which means it does not really matter what carrier the recipient is on. Also, unlimited texting could be in the offing that could appeal to a lot of people who, you know, text a lot.
How much do you think you will pay for such a service? The trial plans are said to be offered at between $60 and $130 for individual and family plans respectively. These plans also come with 450 to 2000 minutes – that could be useful for those calls you make to landlines.
These test plans are expected to be valid until the end of this year post which Verizon is expected to take a call on whether to expand or shut the idea.