TechnoBuffalo took over the airwaves on Tuesday to discuss Verizon’s new shared data plans. CNBC wanted to know whether or not the plans will kill cable companies and the Internet services they offer. We don’t think that will happen, however. Verizon’s shared data plans cap out at 10GB per month and cable companies offer hundreds of gigabytes of data to their subscribers each month. In any case, you can watch the full segment, which also discusses whether or not these plans are good for individuals and families, in the video clip below.
As an aside, you’ll note I (Todd Haselton) said “750 minutes” in the video when I meant to say “450 minutes” Gotta love live TV.