Apple One is included in Verizon’s new ‘One Unlimited’ plan


Verizon recently unveiled a new “One Unlimited” plan for the iPhone that includes unlimited 5G data, 25GB of high-speed mobile hotspot access, and the Apple One package of services for ninety dollars per month with auto-pay activated. This plan was introduced in conjunction with the release of the iPhone 14.

The plan comes with Apple One’s individual tier, which includes Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, and iCloud+ with 50GB of storage as a free bonus.

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For as long as a consumer is a plan subscriber with Verizon’s current 5G Get More plan, which is also ninety dollars per month, but the One Unlimited plan only offers Disney+ for a limited time. One Unlimited is also missing 600GB of Verizon Cloud storage and one free TravelPass per month while roaming.

Following in the footsteps of British carrier EE, Verizon is the first U.S. carrier with this package to combine Apple One with a smartphone subscription. Later today, additional information regarding the package ought to be accessible on Verizon’s website.

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