Verizon customers who have unlimited data plans and use more than 200 gigabytes a month will be required to switch to a capped data plan by Feb. 16 or be disconnected from service, a company spokeswoman said. Verizon stopped selling the unlimited data plans nearly four years ago, Crummey said, but had allowed customers who already had those plans to keep them. Current unlimited data customers generally pay about $49.99 a month, she said. T-Mobile, AT&T and Sprint still offer unlimited data plans, and at much lower prices than Verizon's 100-GB plan — but after certain usage thresholds, those three providers warn, the speed of the data could slow. AT&T’s unlimited data plan is available only to customers who also have both AT&T wireless and DirecTV service.
Source: Los Angeles Times January 11, 2017 18:09 UTC