Verizon reboots prepaid options with Allset plans

Verizon reboots prepaid options with Allset plans

Verizon Wireless on Monday announced a new set of prepaid plans for smartphones and more traditional feature phones. Called Allset, smartphones plans are $45 per month and include unlimited voice, text, and 500MB data. The feature phone rate plans include $35 for 500 voice, messaging, and 500MB data; For $10 more per month, customers can get unlimited voice and text with 500MB data.

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Verizon is also offering what’s known as “Bridge Data” which amounts to rollover data buckets. Allset customers can pick up additional data at anytime and use it to fill in when needed.

  • 500 MB for $5 with 30-day expiration
  • 1 GB for $10 with 90-day expiration
  • 3 GB for $20 with 90-day expiration

To help get things going, Verizon is offering to double the monthly data and toss in 1,000 monthly minutes for calls to Canada or Mexico. To qualify for the promotion, customers must sign up for either of the $45 monthly plans.

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