Verizon Wireless plans to bring back unlimited HD video streaming, but with a big caveat. The company used to offer unrestricted high-definition streaming via LTE on its unlimited plan. The company balked several months ago and limited video streams to 720p even for customers who paid for unlimited LTE 4G service. Now, the company tells CNET it will once again offer unlimited high-definition (up to 4K) video streaming. The catch? Customers will be forced to pay $10 more per month for the pleasure. The HD video streaming via LTE option will become available starting November 3.
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