Verizon May Introduce Carryover Data, Free Roaming, and Throttled Unlimited Data This Week

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A little over a year and a half ago, Verizon CFO Fran “ShamWow” Shammo told the world that his company was a “leader” not a “follower” and that they wouldn’t be jumping on the rollover data bandwagon. If the image below, along with a confirmation from a source of ours is to be believed, Shammo may have some explaining to do. By this Friday, Verizon could introduce not only “carryover” data, but a safety mode and free roaming to Canada and Mexico, as well. All of these new features should launch within The Verizon Plan. 

In the image below, which is said to be a screen capture from Verizon’s Testman site, a site they often use to test out incoming product launches, we could see the following on Friday:

Again, here is the image, which first surfaced over at reddit.

verizon carryover data

As I mentioned above, at least one source of ours was able to confirm the changes to The Verizon Plan and said to expect them on Friday. We’ve also reached out to Verizon for a more official confirmation and will update this post if we hear back.

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