Verizon Unlimited customers who use more than 200 GB a month over several months will be shifted to plans with data caps or be disconnected entirely, according to a report from Ars Technica.
Verizon stopped offering those unlimited cell data plans in 2011, but any customers who previously subscribed was grandfathered in. Verizon previously announced a similar cap of 500 GB usage in August 2016, before dropping that limit this month.
Ars Technica estimates that customers of the pre-existing unlimited plan would pay about $100 a month, versus the $450 a month for a current 100 GB plan.
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