Verizon’s new $95 unlimited plan offers at least 75GB of high-speed data

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Verizon Wireless next week will start selling a third unlimited data plan, one that costs $95 for one line and lets customers use 75GB each month without any possibility of throttling.

Verizon currently offers "GoUnlimited" for $75 and "BeyondUnlimited" for $85. The $95 "AboveUnlimited" will be available starting June 18, Verizon announced today.

Verizon and other carriers use the word "unlimited" for any plan that lets customers use as much data as they want without paying overage fees. But that data isn't always of the high-speed variety.

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