when you anticipatee going over instead of the charge per g, they can increase your back to your billing date, which can be cheaper than overage charges.
Why not actually be helpful and put it on the web. Your website is amazing lacking in details. It would be esy to have this information in the plan descriptions. How much do overages cost? Doesn't say a thing. What exactly happens when you use "safety." Doesn't say a thing. It appears as if Verizonwiresless is trying to hide cost (pricing) info from us.
Even your answer is amazingingly vague. I assume you mean per gigabyte? But again, vagueness seems to be the website's promise.
So, on a shared plan, is it $15/Gb?
Annoyeduser1, I apologize for any confusion with the overages costs of the data/GB charges. Data overages charges on shared plans are $15.00 per GB.
In regards to your Safety Mode concerns as to how this works, please allow me to explain. Safety Mode lets you keep using data at reduced speeds after your data allowance is used up for the month. You can stay online without worrying about overage fees.
You can learn more about his feature by clicking https://www.verizonwireless.com/support/safety-mode-faqs/#what
I hope this proves helpful.
I am on a 5GB plan, but suddenly it is always going over. They haven't told me if I turn off safe mode how much the overages are and I can't find the information.
russheller0, we always want you to understand your plans fully. If you have Safety Mode turned on, you will not obtain any overage charges if it is on before you hit the 5GB. If you go over the 5GB and then decide to turn on Safety Mode, you will be charge $15.00 per GB you go over. You can read more about this here:
Safety Mode FAQs: http://spr.ly/66061Gdks