Verizon cuts data plan prices

FILE - This June 4, 2014, file photo shows signage at a Verizon Wireless retail store at Downtown Crossing in Boston. Verizon, the nation's largest wireless provider, will stop offering phones at discounted prices when customers sign two-year service contracts, taking effect Aug. 13, 2015. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, File)

(CNN) — Verizon has cut the cost of many of its monthly shared data plans.

The broadband and telecommunications company announced this week that it is reducing the price of most plans by $10. Now its cheapest plan starts at $30 per month.

Existing customers will need to contact Verizon to take advantage of the new pricing.

Here’s the breakdown of the data plans’ updated prices and the newly added options, including 12-, 14- and 16-gigabyte plans:

  • – 500MB – Unchanged at $20
  • – 1GB – Now $30 – From $40
  • – 2GB – Now $40 – From $50
  • – 3GB – Now $50 – From $60
  • – 4GB – Now $60 – From $70
  • – 6GB – Now $70 – From $80
  • – 8GB – Now $85 – From $90
  • – 10GB – Unchanged at $100
  • – 12GB – Now $110 – New Option
  • – 14GB – Now $120 – New Option
  • – 16GB – Now $130 – New Option
  • – 20GB – Now $140 – From $150

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