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Verizon is launching a new ‘One Unlimited’ plan for the iPhone that includes unlimited 5G data, 25GB of high-speed mobile hotspot access, and the Apple One bundle of services for just $90 per month.
Related: Verizon’s new “Welcome Unlimited” plan for $30/mo.
The plan comes with the Apple One Individual tier, which includes Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, and iCloud+ with 50GB of storage, as a freebie.
Also, Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ are all free for as long as a customer is a plan subscription with Verizon’s current 5G Get More plan, which is also $90 per month, but the One Unlimited plan only offers Disney+ for a limited time. One Unlimited is also missing 600GB of Verizon Cloud storage and one free TravelPass per month while roaming.
With this offer, Verizon follows British carrier EE‘s approach and becomes the first U.S. carrier to combine Apple One with a smartphone plan. More information about the plan will be available on Verizon’s website, later today.