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Verizon introduces PopData, pay as you go unlimited streaming

Verizon is well-known to hate unlimited data plans, so it has launched a unique solution. New pay-as-you-go unlimited time periods. Stuck on a train for a 60 minute commute? It'll cost you $3 for unlimited streaming.
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