Verizon: New ‘One Unlimited’ Plan for Apple One!

With the release of the iPhone 14 comes a new “One Unlimited” plan from Verizon, which costs $90 a month with auto-pay enabled and offers unlimited 5G internet, 25GB of high-speed mobile hotspot data, and the Apple One suite of services.

The plan comes with Apple One’s individual tier, which includes Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, and iCloud+ with 50GB of storage, as a free bonus.

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Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ are all free for as long as a consumer is a plan subscriber with Verizon’s current 5G Get More plan, which is also $90 a month, but the One Unlimited plan only offers Disney+ for a short time. One Unlimited is also missing 600GB of Verizon Cloud storage and one free TravelPass per month while roaming.

With this offer, Verizon follows British carrier EE’s lead and becomes the first U.S. carrier to combine Apple One with a smartphone contract. Later today, further information regarding the package ought to be accessible on Verizon’s website. With the release of the iPhone 14 comes a new “One Unlimited” plan from Verizon, which costs $90 a month with auto-pay enabled and offers unlimited 5G internet, 25GB of high-speed mobile hotspot data, and the Apple One suite of services.

via: MacRumors 

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