Verizon won't be winning over too many customers with its latest moves.
The US telco giant has pushed out policies that will likely prove unpopular with both mobile and land-line customers.
On the mobile side, Verizon is planning to disconnect "unlimited" data customers that slurp upwards of 100GB per month on their 4G LTE plans unless they opt to buy a tiered plan (with overage charges) that will cost as much as $450 per month.
Meanwhile, Verizon home internet customers will need to pay a monthly fee of $2.80 if they are using old routers. Customers can avoid the fee by purchasing a newer router. ®