If you're a Verizon Wireless customer than you know that feeling you get when you receive a text message saying that you've used 90% of your data. It's been a long time struggle for Verizon users not to use up all of their data. But finally, data is one less thing we have to worry about now. As of Monday, 2/13, Verizon started offering unlimited data!

Verizon made the announcement on their website on Sunday.

Customers can choose to keep their current plan or switch to a plan that offers unlimited data, talk and text for $80/month. A family plan, that has at least four lines, can pay $180/month, which comes out to $45 per line. With Verizon Unlimited, you also get HD video streaming and mobile hotspots at no extra charge. The president of Verizon's wireless division said in a statement:

Everything we’ve done is to provide the best experience on the best network – and we’ve built it for the future, not just for today."

It was only a matter of time before Verizon hopped on the bandwagon. Despite being the nation's largest cell provider, the majority of their competitors have unlimited data plans, such as Sprint and T-Mobile, who have both seen a growth in the amount of sales because of their unlimited data plans. Plans will still be offered to those who don't need unlimited data.

You can get more info about Verizon Unlimited here.