A leaked memo from Verizon and obtained by Engadget reveals that the nations largest carrier will no longer offer entry-level capped data plans for smartphone users and will instead require new iPhone 4 owners to pay $30 for unlimited data. Previously, Verizon offered smartphone owners a $15 data plan for $150MB of data.
AT&T, of course, had previously required iPhone owners to purchase unlimited data plans, only recently offering lower monthly data charges for capped data. Currently, AT&T’s entry-level data plan costs $15 and allows users 200 MB of data. The plan above that costs $25/month and offers users $2GB of data.