Verizon’s unlimited plans have been the subject of many a conspiracy theory, but now they may be the most popular plans among many consumers.
According to a new report by research firm IBISWorld, the plan is the most frequently discussed in the United States, followed closely by a Verizon FiOS plan, which has a far larger share of the market.
IBISworld’s report found that customers are most interested in Verizon FiO, with customers who have opted for it most likely opting for the plan that’s cheapest, and those who have chosen the Verizon Fi plans most likely choosing the plan with the lowest monthly payments.
Verizon’s FiOS plans offer the lowest out-of-contract pricing for its most popular plan, and the highest out-a-year pricing.
While consumers are interested in the plans with the cheapest monthly payments, the report found a large majority of customers who do plan on subscribing to Verizon FiOs are also interested in plans with higher out-the-door data costs.
Verizon FioS plans have the lowest amount of data caps per customer, while Verizon Fios plans have a large amount of extra data caps.
The plans that have the highest amount of out-there data caps tend to be the cheapest, but the data caps are still very low.
Customers are also looking for plans with an overall better value, which in the case of Verizon FiS are the most expensive plans.
However, customers who are looking for the best deal on the Verizon plan are also most likely to be satisfied with the plan, with those who are choosing the cheapest plan in IBIS World’s analysis opting for that plan with highest data caps and lowest monthly pricing.