Verizon is updating its unlimited plans this week and while the pricing is staying the same, the benefits are getting better.
Currently Verizon is giving customers on its Get More Unlimited and Play More Unlimited plans free Disney+ for one year. With these updated plans, though, customers on those plans will get free Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+. Get More Unlimited customers get free Apple Music, too, while Play More Unlimited get free Apple Music for six months.
The Do More Unlimited Plan is switching from one year of free Disney+ to six months, but will keep its free six months of Apple Music. This plan is also being upgraded from 480p video streaming to 720p HD quality.
Verizon's entry-level Start Unlimited plan is largely staying the same, offering 480p video streaming and free Apple Music for six months. However, the length of its free Disney+ offer is changing from one year to six months.
Finally, the Just Kids plan is changing from 5GB of 4G LTE data to unlimited data but at a max speed of 5Mbps.
These updated plans will be available starting August 20. Pricing starts at $35 per line for the Start Unlimited plan when you sign up for four lines and enroll in autopay. Play More Unlimited and Do More Unlimited are $45 per line with four lines, while Get More Unlimited is $55 per line with four lines. Just Kids is priced at $35 per line.
Customers in a family can mix and match these updated unlimited plans to give each person the plan that best fits their needs.
Existing Verizon subscribers who are currently receiving one year of free Disney+ can choose to stick with their current plan and pay an extra $6 per month to add Hulu and ESPN+ to their plan.