The big wireless carrier announced that it will be offering unlimited data plans for its unlimited data customers starting Monday.
The new plans include 1GB for $30 a month, 2GB for just $40 a month and 4GB for about $50 a month.
Verizon will be rolling out these plans in the coming days.
In the future, Verizon plans to extend these plans to include unlimited mobile data to existing customers and other customers that are eligible for unlimited data.
Verizon said it will offer the unlimited data for $100 a month for new customers and $100 for existing customers.
The plan also includes two-year Verizon Wireless phone service and data.
In addition, Verizon will offer a free 2GB data plan for the first four months.
The company said that customers with an unlimited plan will not need to pay more than $20 a month to stay on unlimited data, which is $300 cheaper than the previous unlimited plan.
Verizon Wireless also plans to offer a $100 data credit when a new unlimited plan is added to an existing account.
Verizon also plans on offering unlimited service for new phones and tablets.
Verizon is the only major wireless carrier offering unlimited mobile service.
The other major wireless carriers, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless, offer unlimited data service.
The new unlimited plans will be available to new and existing customers who subscribe to Verizon’s Verizon Unlimited plan.
Other carriers offering unlimited plans include AT<T and T-Mo.
Verizon said that the new unlimited data offers will be accessible to customers who currently have an unlimited data account, but are not eligible for a data credit.
Customers can sign up for a free Verizon Unlimited account if they are currently on an unlimited mobile plan and want to keep their existing unlimited plan, or sign up to a 2GB or 4GB unlimited plan if they want to have unlimited data on their next mobile phone.
Verify customers can also sign up through the company’s website.