We reported that Verizon would be bringing its personal hotspot plan to the iPhone unchanged. This will give users 2GB a month at $20 and another $20 per GB over. But what about voice? While data is the most used feature of a smartphone and alone will cost you $30 per month, voice is still important.
It appears Verizon’s voice plan for the iPhone with a standard two-year contract will be $39.99 per month with 450 minutes. Paying $20 more will double the monthly minutes and an additional $10 will get you the “Nationwide Unlimited” plan.
If you’re looking for a Family SharePlan, you can purchase them at $69.99, $89.99, $99.99 and $119.99 for 700, 1,400, 2,000 and an unlimited amount of minutes respectively.
AppleInsider reports that Wednesday morning some customers were able to see the CDMA iPhone (available in 16 and 32 GB capacities) online. The price tags were the same as the AT&T equivalent, $199 and $299 respectively.