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Apr 12, 2001

Alongside the launch of the iPhone 14, Verizon today introduced a new "One Unlimited" plan for the iPhone with unlimited 5G data, 25GB of high-speed mobile hotspot data, and the Apple One bundle of services included for $90 per month with auto-pay enabled.


As a free perk, the plan includes Apple One's individual tier with Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, and iCloud+ with 50GB of storage.

Verizon's existing 5G Get More plan, which is also $90 per month, includes Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ for as long as a customer is subscribed to the plan, but the One Unlimited plan only includes free Disney+ for six months. One Unlimited also lacks one free TravelPass per month while roaming and does not include 600GB of Verizon Cloud storage.

With this plan, Verizon becomes the first U.S. carrier to bundle Apple One with a smartphone plan, following in the footsteps of British carrier EE.

More details about the plan are available on Verizon's website.

Article Link: Verizon Launches New 'One Unlimited' Plan With Apple One Included
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macrumors 65816
Feb 24, 2019
I'm sticking with the "Get more" plan I'm on. It includes Apple Music, Arcade, Hulu and the other things I really don't use (ESPN and Disney).

My SO and I use the included Hulu a lot. Especially since the Disney/Fox merger brought a lot of FX shows to Hulu. Even with commercials, it's worth it. Especially since we don't have cable.

It would be nice if VZW's 5Guw coverage maps were somewhat accurate. It's been my experience they're canine excrement and nothing but shameless marketing.
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macrumors newbie
Sep 7, 2022
it is a family plan provided you have more than 1 line. all lines switch to it. pricing is a rip off. family plan is like $20 from apple.

I currently have 2 lines. 1 with Disney and 1 with 50% off a smart device. price jumps from 156 to 173 and I lose disney/espn/hulu. I'm fine with losing those but not for a $20ish price increase for apple one that I can get on my own for the same cost.


macrumors 6502
Mar 17, 2011
My family and I have been lifetime ATT mobile users, but work recently switched our work phones to Verizon. I live in western PA and can safely say that Verizon coverage S U C K S around here. In the past year I've had the phone there have been at least two dozen times we've been out and about and I don't have enough signal to google anything, and have to ask my wife to do it on her phone. We went to Madrid and Barcelona, and while VZ was fine in Madrid it was utterly useless in Barcelona. I'm stunned that VZ, being around as long as it has been, can have so many gaps in their coverage in this day and age.


macrumors newbie
Jul 1, 2014
Any idea if this will include Apple News? If I buy Apple One from Apple it does include it, but I don't see Apple News on any of the Verizon market material.


macrumors 6502a
Nov 14, 2016
It's NOT free! You are paying the cost included in the plan. The plan is super expensive and that is why, Lol


macrumors 68000
Jun 14, 2006
San Fran
Not really. Cause they aren’t adding anything for that price. They are saying to us existing subscribers that you can either have the Apple bundle or Disney bundle. Not both. I knew there was a catch.
As someone who already has the Disney Hulu bundle and is looking to move to an unlimited plan, this is interesting. Lots of people will sign up.


macrumors member
Aug 30, 2022
As someone who already has the Disney Hulu bundle and is looking to move to an unlimited plan, this is interesting. Lots of people will sign up.
Depending on how many lines you have and as long as you don’t need Premier it could make sense. One thing not mentioned with this new plan is it gives unlimited premium network access unlike Play More and Do More which deprioritize after 50 GB.


Jun 1, 2021
Currently I have Play More ($40) while others in my plan have the Start ($30). I was willing to pay $5 more for this but then I realized it changes all the family members plan to $45. Which is $20 jump and I lose the Disney+. So no not worth it.
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