Verizon adds 4G LTE to ALLSET prepaid plans
Verizon today announced that 4G LTE connectivity will be included in its prepaid ALLSET plans. Effective July 17, the $45 rate plan includes unlimited talk and text as well as 500MB of 4G LTE data. For a limited time Verizon will double the pool to 1GB just so long as you agree to its auto pay system.
Should you need additional storage, Verizon will offer BRIDGE DATA in 500MB, 1GB, and 3GB buckets. Priced $5, $10, and $20 respectively, these add-on packs of data expire after a determined length of time; 500MB after 30 days, the others after 90 days.
For example, a customer who signs up for auto pay can get 1GB of data for $45 and then add in a BRIDGE DATA plan of 3GB to spread out over 90 days.
Verizon will allow a number of devices to take advantage of ALLSET plans, including the Moto X, Samsung Galaxy S 4, Samsung Galaxy S 5 and HTC One. Also, for a limited time, the LG Lucid 3 and LG G2 will be sold for $149.99 and $299.99, respectively.
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