Verizon to intro new pair of unlimited prepaid plans February 1

Verizon to intro new pair of unlimited prepaid plans February 1

Verizon is expected to introduce a pair of new unlimited prepaid calling and text plans on February 1, according to PhoneArena. A post from late last week tells of new $60 and $70 options which offer unlimited talk and text. At $60 per month, customers will get 500MB of 3G data, however the $70 plan provides up to 2GB of 3G data. Those on the current $80 plan (1GB data) can keep their plan though it is unclear why they would want to do that.

Keep in mind, this is only a 3G data connection so those of you who expect to super fast speeds and downloads will be disappointed. For whatever reasons, Verizon does not offer a 4G LTE prepaid option.


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