Wednesday, August 10, 2011

The 65 Plus Two-Line Share Plan from Verizon Wireless

Here's a cell phone for senior plan that can be shared between two handsets. The 65 Plus Two-Line Share Plan from Verizon Wireless is an offering that allows users to share minutes between two phones.

It's essentially the same as the Verizon Nationwide 65 Plus but this one can be shared between two separate devices. So what's the advantage of having this plan? Well, it allows one to have two mobile phones on a single plan. This can also be shared between two senior users without the need to sign up for a second plan.

Since this plan can be shared between two lines, it offers more minutes than the Nationwide 65 Plus but it also costs more.

Here are the Voice details for the 65 Plus Two-Line Share Plan from Verizon Wireless:
  • Anytime Minutes: 450
  • Monthly Access: $59.99
  • Line Access: $9.99/Month/Line
  • Overage: 45ยข/Minute (occur when you exceed your Anytime Minutes)
And here are the messaging details for this mobile phone plans for senior citizens:

This cell phone plan for seniors also provides 1000 night and weekend minutes and no domestic long distance charges.

Do you think that this is a good option for seniors? Let us know via your comments.

That's it for this feature on 65 Plus Two-Line Share Plan from Verizon Wireless. Join as every week as we look at various cell phone plans, services and mobile phones for the elderly.

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