Listings for the Verizon iPhone have surfaced, with selection pages demonstrating what options will be available for customers that wish to order the smartphone through Apple instead of Verizon next month.
Apple will offer the four main individual voice plans available on Verizon ($39.99 per month for 450 minutes, 900 minutes for $59.99 and Nationwide Unlimited at $69.99 before additional options. FamilySharePlans will also be offered as normal at $69.99 for 700 minutes, 1400 minutes for $89.99, 2000 minutes for $99.99 and unlimited for $119.99.
Messaging on the iPhone will be handled with a slight difference on the iPhone as opposed to the rest of the Verizon line up with the inclusion of unlimited messaging in and outside of Verizon’s network available for $20, whereas the same rate for other devices is limited to 5000 outside messages per month. Rates are otherwise identical to standard Verizon messaging plans for pay per use, 250 and 500 messages.
Messaging on FamilyShare Plans includes the above plans, plus the otherwise standard $20 messaging plan that includes 5000 outside messages, with an additional $30 plan offering unlimited messages across multiple lines on the plan.
Data plans are the simplest part of the equation, with the only option being an unlimited data plan (for the time being) and optional mobile hotspot plan for an additional $20 per month.