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Verizon has added a number of new options to its Share Everything shared mobile data plans, including a new upper tier limit of 20 GB a month for $150, which is a lower price than AT&T is charging.
Verizon Wireless has just officially announced its new data sharing plan called Share Everything, which will give customers with multiple lines of service a way to share their data starting June 28th.