Now you get more value when you join Verizon Prepaid

Donna Miller
November 9, 2018

Announced on Tuesday, Verizon Wireless is making a few key changes to its prepaid service that should hopefully save some money along the way. The notable changes affect the carrier's two top-end plans.

Last week, AT&T rolled out a $20 discount on its prepaid unlimited data plans.

Specifically, T-Mo's new pre-paid unlimited plan offering undercuts Verizon's by a fair margin, giving users unlimited talk, text and LTE data for just $50 per month - an impressive $15 per month, and $180 per year in savings, over the comparable Verizon plan. For $45, you'll get 8GB, with additional lines costing $30 each, and the $65 plan offers unlimited LTE data with $45 additional lines. If you're already on the unlimited plan, this is good news, but it probably won't do too much to convince those who have other viable options in their area to opt for Verizon's plans, which are generally more expensive. Mobile hotspot is available on all plans except for the unlimited one, for obvious reasons. Verizons plans do include unlimited talk and text to over 200 worldwide destinations though. That's a huge deal for customers with friends and family in another North American country. Verizon's unlimited prepaid plan doesn't include any tethering.

Do you use Verizon's unlimited or prepaid plan?

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Did you know we have a YouTube Channel? The carrier says "video typically streams at 480p", offering no further clarification on its prepaid page.

We also do not know if T-Mobile will treat this prepaid plans like it does the rest.

More information is available on T-Mobile's website.

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