Verizon has been telegraphing its intentions to restructure its data plans for some time, but it may finally reveal details before the end of the month.
The report from Engadget targets July 29. Assuming accuracy, ther are no details on Verizon's pricing, but data caps are sure to spark reaction from consumers. Verizon was no doubt paying attention to the backlash that followed AT&T's announcement were many subscribers vowed to leave AT&T over the new data plans.
AT&T unveiled its news data pricing in June. The new plans are cheaper than the current plan: $15 or $25 per month compared to $30 for the old plan giving those who keep their data consumption in check a chance to save money. The $15 per month plan allows a modest 200MB and $25 fetches users 2GB.