Verizon offers tiered-data plans specifically designed for home use with a valid connected home device. These plans include voice for use of a standard telephone, which can be plugged into the device.
The plans are called Single Connected Home Plans and are part of Verizon's plan lineup designed for smart devices.
This plan can only be activated on a valid "home connected device."
Verizon Smarthub Device Specifications
- Model Number: Smarthub
- # of Connected Devices: 200 via Wi-Fi / Ethernet
- Control Panel and Default Password:
Control Panel: http://my.smarthub or http://192.168.1.1
Default Password: List on the device display
- USB Tethering Support: N/A
- Supported Networks and Bands:LTE Bands: 4, 13 only (no 3G fallback)
- LTE-Advanced Carrier Aggregation: No
- MIMO Support: 2x2 internal
- LTE Performance Category: Category 4
(Max Theoretical Speed: 150Mbps Down / 50Mbps Up)
- Cellular Antenna Ports: None
- Other Ports: 1x Ethernet, 1x Analog Phone Jack, 1x RJ31 Home Security port
- Wi-Fi Technology / Frequencies: 2.4GHz 802.11n and 5GHz 802.11ac
- Claimed Battery Life: 3.91 hours / 1.87 days on standby
- Can Be Powered Without a Battery: Unknown
- Dimensions: 5.87" x 5.31" x 3.27" / 26.5oz
- SIM Card Type: 4FF / Nano
- Retail Price: $199.99
Single Connected Home Plans
These data plans are paired with voice service for use via a standard telephone plugged into the Smarthub device. Voice service can be added for $20/months on top of the data price - but is not required. Prices do not include taxes and fees.
These plans can only be paired with Verizon Smarthub type devices.
- 10GB for $60/month
- 20GB for $90/month
- 30GB for $120/month
- 40GB for $150/month
For Our Comparative Pricing Grid:
Guide to Cellular Data Plan Pricing
- Carrier Networks Used: Verizon
- Carrier Relation: Direct postpaid
- Plan Types Available: Voice + Data
- Device Types Permitted: Smarthub device
- Device Purchase Required: No, but can purchase a device - and device needs to be in Verizon's Smarthub line-up
- Mobile Hotspot Use: Yes - all
- Throttling: None
- Network Management: None
- International Roaming: No
- Domestic Roaming: Yes
- Plan Period: Monthly
- Data Roll Over: None
- Overage Charges: None
- Streaming: No services included, no throttling limits
- Unlimited: No
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