Some Verizon Wireless customers may soon be paying more to surf the web on their mobile phones.
Starting this week, the company will stop offering unlimited data services at a set price. After the change, heavy Internet users will pay more if they go over the two gigabytes offered for 30 dollars a month. Until now, Verizon provided unlimited data usage for 30 dollars a month. The company will charge ten dollars for each extra gigabyte. Verizon’s action follows AT&T ending its unlimited data service pricing last year.