Verizon releases BlackBerry Storm data plan prices

Updated: Read - BlackBerry Storm available Nov. 21 for $199


Ahead of its expected launch later this month, Verizon Wireless has released some details about its voice and data plan prices for Research In Motion's BlackBerry Storm, including its email data plan.

Verizon said that its GlobalEmail data plans for the Storm will be $69.99 per month for a stand-alone data plan and $64.99 per month when added to any voice plan.

Verizon also said that its Global Value Plan will offer discounted roaming charges in 130 countries for $4.99 per month.  Actual retail pricing for the Storm itself has yet to be released, but Nov. 16 is the rumored launch date.

For more:
- see this release
- see the Storm in FierceWireless' Holiday Handset Guide

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