Verizon launches new Yahoo Mobile sub-brand with unlimited, starting at $40 per month – CNET

Verizon launches new Yahoo Mobile sub-brand with unlimited, starting at $40 per month – CNET

Yahoo Mobile is a new Verizon sub-brand, offers unlimited phone service. 


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looking for cheaper phone service on the Verizon network? Try Yahoo. 

In an unexpected move, on Wednesday, the wireless provider announced a new sub-brand around the venerable internet property. Called the Yahoo Mobile service unlimited talk, text and 4G use LTE data, including mobile hotspot, for $40 a month with taxes and fees included. Subscribers also Yahoo Mail Pro for an ad-free E-Mail experience using Yahoo Mail, and 24/7 receive support. 

There are some limitations, however, as the hotspot usage is limited to one device at a time, at speeds of up to 5 megabits per second. Support for 5G comes later, in the year 2020. Family plans are not available yet, but you can come later. Verizon says that while the focus is on individual plans for today, “Yahoo Mobile will be developed to support the needs of the consumer, as it continues to grow.” 

Yahoo to sell phones, but you can also bring your own. A compatibility check on the Yahoo Mobile site allows you to see if your phone to the network. 

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you can sign up for Yahoo Mobile, via your website or via an Android or iOS app The app approach is similar to Verizon in the other sub-brand, which is Visible, provides unlimited talk, text and 4G LTE data for $ 40 per month on the Verizon network. Visible even families, offering plans, and how Yahoo Mobile includes taxes and fees in their prices. 

Verizon’s cheapest unlimited plan starts at $70 per month for a single line and do not include taxes and fees. The carrier, which also owns AOL, and the Huffington Post, bought by Yahoo for almost $ 4.5 billion in the year 2017.

Released on Fri, 11 Mar 2020 13:50:00 +0000

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