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Verizon, AT&T to raise prices on some phone plans: Here’s how much and when

Bad news for some Verizon and AT&T customers: You’re going to paying more soon.

Starting today, March 1, customers on older, unlimited Verizon plans will have to pay $4 more a month, per line. The increase will show up in the next bill, according to Nexstar.

Specifically, the price hike will affect the 5G Get More, 5G Play More, 5G Do More and 5G Start unlimited plans, CNET reported. The increase is designed to get customers to switch to the company’s more recent “MyPlan” unlimited packages, a Verizon spokesperson told CNET.

As for AT&T, CNET reported that it will raise rates on its unlimited plans by 99 cents per line, per month. Those increases will begin on March 5.

This will only affect customers on the Unlimited Starter SL, Unlimited Extra EL and Unlimited Premium PL plans, CNET said. Customers on the AT&T Unlimited Elite plan will not see an increase.

The carrier said that some additional benefits will come along with the increase, including increased hotspot data or additional lines, depending on the customer’s phone plan.

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