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The Do More Unlimited package ($45 per month) keeps the same price, and while now it only includes six months of free access to Disney+, at least it’s no longer limited to 480p video. The Play More, Do More and Get More plans are unfortunately still resolution-capped, but they’re HD (barely) at 720p. Last but not least, the $35 Just Kids is also getting a bump. Instead of being limited to 5GB of data, it has Unlimited data too, with a speed restriction of 5Mbps.
If you’re an existing customer with the 12-months free access to Disney+, then you can move to one of the two new plans with the full bundle, or stick with your current setup and have the option of adding Hulu and ESPN+ for $6 per month. The plans also include Apple Music, access to the current 5G ultrawideband network where it’s currently available and they will support the nationwide 5G network Verizon is still promising to launch later this year.
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