There will be new names for plans, and decreased costs across the board, but the big news appears to be a 30 percent decrease in the price for the Unlimited plans. If the reports are true, Big Red's unlimited plan with voice, data and text will go for $119.98, compared to chief rival AT&T Wireless, which charges $99 for unlimited minutes (compared to Verizon's new $69.99 price point), plus $30 per month for unlimited messaging and data.
Sprint offers a $99 plan with unlimited minutes, texting and data. T-Mobile has a similar plan for $79.99.
Let the price wars begin.