Verizon is trying to make its phone plans less expensive, but some of them are also going to be cheaper.
In its new phone plans, the telecoms company is going to charge $50 a month more for a 16GB phone than it will for the same plan for its larger 32GB model, which is expected to go on sale on November 15, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Verizon will also offer unlimited calling for $50 less than the 16GB plan it’s already offering.
Verizon also is going in to a new smartphone with a larger screen, the new Nexus 6P, which will cost $650 less than its $800 version.
That’s also not a good deal.
The new Nexus phones are expected to be the biggest buyers of phones in the US for a while.
But it’s not all bad news.
The carrier is going back to a $50-a-month plan for new users for the first time in a decade, and it’s going to drop its phone plan by $10 a month for customers who purchase more than $50 worth of a phone.
It’s unclear if Verizon will be able to get around the $40-per-month data cap on the older iPhone models, but it’s also possible the carrier might lower the data caps in the future.