Verizon announced this week that for anyone with plans to travel internationally for the holidays this year, the company has upgraded its range of offerings.
TravelPass is getting a solid upgrade, now coming with 4x the amount of high-speed data as it did previously, which is a grand total of 2GB/day at 5G speeds. Once you are out of high-speed data, you’ll get cut down to 3G data speeds. In addition, Verizon notes that Unlimited customers get their same unlimited plan internationally for just $10/day. As a reminder, for those headed to Mexico and Canada, roaming is included at no extra cost.
If you plan on going abroad for a long period, Verizon is providing more data for its International Monthly Plans. This plan has also been upgraded with 4x the data, bringing the total to 20GB of high-speed data per month, followed by unlimited 3G data. Unlimited messages plus 250 minutes of calls are included for $100/month.
Lastly, Verizon notes that customers on Verizon’s 5G Do More and Get More plans get one day of TravelPass each month for a total of 12 days per year. Once the included TravelPass days are used, customers pay the $10/day. I’m not entirely sure if that’s new, but there it is.
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