A few weeks ago, we told you all about Verizon's overhauled data pricing plans. They were labeled like T-shirts: Small, Medium, Large and X-Large, and each one gave you a different monthly data limit for a different price.
To recap: Last month Verizon announced the new data pricing plans, which aren't tied to two-year contracts. Now you pay $20 per phone (or $10 per tablet or mobile hotspot) plus $30 a month for the Small 1GB plan, $45 a month for the Medium 3GB plan, $60 a month for the Large 6GB plan or $80 a month for the X-Large 12 GB plan. And the data can be shared among all your devices.
Apparently, the X-Large plan wasn't big enough for some people - or more likely, for some families. So Verizon is offering a new XX-Large plan for "a limited time." But the company doesn't say how long that window lasts, so buy now if you're interested.
The XX-Large plan gives you 18GB of data for $100 a month. That's a lot of data, but for families with multiple smartphones, it might be the best deal Verizon's offering. What do you think of Verizon's new tiered pricing plans? Let us know in the comments below.