Only days after shedding its lowest rate plan for prepaid customers, Verizon is back to change things up. Today finds the carrier adding two new options to its Verizon Prepaid options.

Starting from November 13, Verizon Prepaid subscribers will be able to choose from $50 and $70 offerings. The former provides for 5GB of 4G LTE data per month while the latter delivers 10GB of high speed coverage.

Both plans include unlimited talk and text, mobile hotspot, international messaging, and carryover data. Should a customer hit the threshold of data, Verizon will throttle speeds for the remainder of the bill cycle. Moreover, those customers who want more data in the interim can purchase it in bundles.

For a detailed look at Verizon Prepaid and other prepaid services, be sure to check out our buyer’s guide.

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