It looks like Verizon may make the move to a capped data plan sooner than most folks think. Engadget received a tip saying Verizon will announced a tiered data plan starting July 29, which is just a little over a week away. We saw AT&T make the same move only a few months ago, and Verizon tends to do the same as AT&T because the are close competition. The tipster did not provide any details as to pricing, but it would reasonable to expect pricing to match AT&T’s data plan. For 2GB of data monthly, AT&T charges $25 and $15 for 200MB. The truth of the matter is there are a small amount of users who use a lot of data a month and this puts tremendous strain on cell networks. While it makes sense for Verizon to switch to a tiered data plan, this certainly comes as a disappointment for users who typically use a lot of data.