Verizon Customers Will Pay Fifty Percent More for Smartwatch Plan

| Updated on 27 April 2024

Verizon has now informed their customers that starting on June 3rd, the company will be increasing the price of cellular service for the Apple Watch and other cellular-enabled smartwatches by fifty percent. 

With this hefty increase in price, the new price will be $15 instead of $10. 

Verizon sent an email to its customers on Thursday that the price hike will allow it to continue improving the service. 

Here is one part of the email. “To continue improving our industry-leading network and services, the price of select Smartwatch data plans will change as of June 3, 2024. In addition to all watch plans giving you the freedom to stay connected, unlimited plans using number share now also include unlimited calling, texting, and data to, from, and within Canada and Mexico.”

“Each of the watch lines will increase in price by $5/month. If any of your watch lines include a discount, such as 50% off connected devices on our current Unlimited Plus and Ultimate plans, that discount will remain and be applied to the new pricing.”

Last month, the company increased the price for its older Mix and Match plans. Customers with this plan are already paying $4 extra. However, customers subscribed to the newer myPlan offering are exempt from the new price hike. 

Well, if you have a smartwatch on contract from Verizon, then you’re out of luck, there is no way to cancel it for now. 

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