Vince asked: “I have an unlimited plan with Verizon Wireless. It’s a grandfathered plan. I average between 18 and 24 GB per month. They are offering me one of their data packages. One of them is 30 GB per month. They’re saying I can save about 60 dollars a month by switching to that plan. Is it worth it or should I keep what I got?”
Vince, if you already peak at 24GB some months you’ll probably go over 30GB at some point in the future, maybe not now and not for a while, but it’s possible that you will eventually.
Normally we’d say that’s a reason to avoid swapping your plan for one with a 30GB limit, having said that, $60 is an awful lot of money… In fact, $60 is enough money to pay for a whole plan.
As long as you’re considering switching plans, you may be best served by having a good picture of the whole field. Look at what others offer besides Verizon, you may be able to find a cheaper plan that gives you enough data.
If you intend to stick with them though, 6GB is a big buffer, so for $60/month, it may not be a bad idea to switch.