Verizon's data plan pricing structure underwent a major overhaul today, as the provider -- true to its CEO's word
-- has officially rolled out a new, tiered system for mobile customers. Smartphone users with unlimited 3G data plans will still be able to blindly burn through megabytes for $29.99, but customers buying new Droids will now be able to opt for a limited, 150-megabyte monthly plan for $14.99. The company also unveiled a promotional 3-gigabyte MiFi and Fivespot plan at $35 a month.
For a full breakdown of Verizon's new pricing plans, you can consult the company's new family data packages
and mobile broadband plans
, or check out Engadget's extensive Q&A
to find out how the revamped system could affect your bank account.