On unlimited data right now and average 1.5 GB/month - most of it due to streaming baseball games on MLB At Bat. I am planning on switching to a double data plan (4 GB) on my next upgrade (planning on the Inc 4GLTE) because while I can make the switch to carry over my unlimited data I really don't want to take a chance on 1-2 years from now how much it will cost and I'm not willing to take the chance that Verizon will keep the policy if you buy full price phones. I am on WiFi quite a bit and 4GB should be plenty and I won't have to worry about the 4 GB plan being taken away - don't care/want family share since my wife couldn't have less interest in a smartphone (I just bought a couple of "extra" surplus dumbphones in her exact model (new in the box for $100 each)). I just don't trust that Verizon will keep the grandfathering forever - remember once you are off contract (if you let your contract expire and replace it with a full price phone) there is nothing to prevent Verizon from changing your plan since you don't have a contract. Those of you who think Verizon will keep letting you use 10, 20, 30+ GB/month for only $30 forever are kidding themselves - you will either be throttled at a certain point (ask those ATT users how well their phones work at Sprint speeds - 200Kbits or less- when they reach some undefined "soft" cap on their unlimited plans). There is not competitive reason for Verizon to keep unlimited data - where are you going to go - Sprint????
T-Mobile. If my unlimited plan is ever taken away or throttled, I'll go to T-Mobile with 5GB full speed and unlimited throttled plus unlimited texting and 100 minutes for $30/month. I'd save myself a lot of money. I'd just have to use Wi-Fi a lot more.
I went over 1.5 Gigs for the first time last month. But I'm on wifi a lot so that helps. That doesn't mean take my unlimited away though. After this contract I'm going to leave big Red anyway. Especially if the rumors for the Next Nexuses are true. Verizon is very slow and uninformative about the update for a Nexus device. Even Sprints version is on 4.0.4. I think I will try At&t. It's the only carrier I've never tried. I like T-mobile and their phones but there Coverage is small and Sprint data speeds are way too slow to even be comfortable with.
I average about 1 to 1.25 gb a month but my wife does 9 gb a month and most was in February with 13 gb. If vzw does away with my unlimited will have to go to T-Mobile or Sprint but i don't know which to go with yet.
Average about 8-10gb a month. I commute two hours round trip to work everyday streaming pandora, google music or youtube. Plus wifi sucks at work so thats another 8 hours of netflix or pandora most days.