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YOU BECOME. (1)If you’ve upgraded or changed your mobile phone plan in the last few years you have seen the drastic shift from phone call minutes and text messages to data plans.

The smartphone has completely changed the way we all communicate, get our entertainment and news, and shop.  But it’s all come at a cost in data minutes.

So how do you choose the right data plan?  Most of us just sign up for a  plan and wait for overage charges before we make a change.  But what if there was a certain group of mobile phone power users that could help you choose the right plan before you pay overages, or discover you’re paying for WAY to much data that you’ll never use?

Trick question!  There is such a group, and we meet every Friday afternoon on Twitter (#VZWBUZZ).

Joining is easy.  First, head here and RSVP so you are qualified for the drawings of wonderful prizes (Beats Solo 2 headphone or a Moto X Smartphone).  then jump on Twitter and follow the hashtag #VZWBUZZ.  Finally, join the video recap right after the chat for another chance to win a Moto X Smartphone.

If you’re interested in calculating how much data you need, I suggest starting with the Verizon Wireless Data Calculator.  It’s an easy to use survey that asks how many emails, steaming movies and music, photos and other data you use per device and shoots out an estimate of data use. Try it out and compare to your actual current usage!

See you at the #VZWBUZZ chat this and every Friday at 2pm Central.  And don’t forget to follow me @BeBizzy for mobile and other technology tips and information!

Disclosure: As member of a pretty cool team of influencers, I received the Motorola Droid Turbo and other devices with line of service from Verizon. No additional compensation was provided nor did I promise a positive review. All opinions are my own.

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