After years of study, Verizon Wireless on Tuesday unveiled a shared data plan that works across 10 Verizon devices. The data plan is folded into Verizon’s new Share Everything Plans that are slated to roll out June 28 for new and existing customers. The Share Everything Plans will offer unlimited voice minutes, text, video and picture messaging for 10 Verizon Wireless mobile devices, the company said in a statement. The plans call for customers to pick a monthly access fee per device, ranging from $10 for tablets up to $40 for smartphones. Each device must be added to an account. Read the full story at Computerworld.

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