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Verizon 'Share Everything' plans announced: share voice, text, and data across devices

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Verizon has announced new Share Everything plans that allow subscribers to share voice, text messages, and data across up to ten devices.

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American carriers have long teased that they were working on plans that would allow you to share data buckets across multiple devices, but it's finally here: Verizon has launched the first salvo with its Share Everything packages this morning, integrating voice, text messages, and data across up to ten tablets, laptops, modems, and phones. Plans start at $50 for 1GB and range up to $100 for 10GB, while devices each cost from $10 to $40 depending on the type. Tablets are the cheapest, followed by laptops, hotspots, and USB sticks at $20; feature phones run $30 and full-on smartphones run $40. Share Everything launches on June 28th for both new customers and existing ones who want to migrate their plans.

Correction: An earlier version of this post said that the first device was included in the base cost of the plan, but that's not correct. It's been updated to reflect the error.