July 23, 2021
Verizon unveils Yahoo Mobile 4G wireless 40 dollar unlimited plan with no data cap

Verizon Decides the Way to Revive Yahoo is to Transform it into a 4G Wireless Carrier

Verizon is offering a new phone service, Yahoo Mobile, that boasts unlimited data, text, and voice, at an affordable price but there’s still a catch…

Back in 2017, Verizon, one of the largest telecoms in the United States, acquired Yahoo! for $4.48 billion. Since that time, the conglomerate has attempted to turn around the once popular internet organization into something worthwhile. Although, it’s never been able to strike a chord with the public. Now, it’s trying yet again with a new idea.

Verizon Unveils Yahoo Mobile 4G Wireless $40 Unlimited Plan with No Data Cap

Verizon has unveiled Yahoo Mobile, a wireless phone service, that costs just $0 per month and gives customers unlimited voice, data, and text — all, without a contract. Moreover, the company promises customers won’t be subjected to throttling through data caps:

Do you slow down my connection based on how much data I use?

Never. Yahoo Mobile won’t slow you down based on your data usage. However, when the network gets congested, your data could slow down for a bit. But this is common for any person on any carrier.”

However, customers will not necessarily enjoy blazing fast speeds, as one section of a FAQ Page reveals:

“In times of traffic, your data may be temporarily slower than other traffic. †Speeds capped at 5 Mbps and limited to one tethered device at a time.”

Still, it’s a good deal, costing just $39.99 per month for unlimited text, talk, and data to-boot. But, there’s a catch, of course. It’s solely on Verizon’s 4G LTE network. Which means, even where available, 5G isn’t part of the deal.

Savannah Marie

Savannah Marie loves writing and all things social media. She writes on a variety of topics, from social media to health and wellness to travel and all points in between! She is the lead writer and creator of Mixios and blogs with style and a one of a kind voice.

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