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New Nationwide Messaging Plans V.J. | , 12:20 p.m. April 15, 2008 2008-04-15

Customers will be allowed to use unlimited messaging on their wireless hands sets. This is announcement made by Verizon Wireless who intends to start three new Nationwide Messaging plans.

According to their statement, customers are not required to purchase a voice plan, thus making this new text messaging plans completely independent. Verizon Wireless says they intend to meet the need of customers who mainly use text messaging to communicate. So if you are mad about phone writing then this offer is of interest.

Verizon Wireless press center informs that the Nationwide Messaging plans are available on most phones, personal digital assistants and smartphones including BlackBerry. Customers can have unlimited text, picture, video and instant messaging starting at almost $35.

Even more, for an additional $5 per month, users can receive a Mobile Email service. Thanks to this service people can access popular email services as well as configure it to work with their POP3 and IMAP accounts. LG VX8300, VX8350, VX8700 and VX9400; Chocolate, Venus, enV and Voyager by LG; MOTOKRZR K1m, MOTORAZR V3c, MOTORAZR V3m and MOTORIZR Z6tv; Samsung Alias (SCH-u740), Samsung SCH-u900 and SCH-u620, as well as the FlipShot by Samsung and the Gleam are supported for this service.

“We developed these messaging plans in response to feedback from our customers,” said Robert Miller, vice president - marketing for Verizon Wireless. “We have a growing number of customers, particularly from the deaf or hard of hearing community, who are using their wireless phones to communicate via messaging. Our Nationwide Messaging plans offer an affordable solution for customers who primarily use messaging to communicate, giving them more choices to only pay for services they need”, according to a press release by Verizon Wireless.

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