Verizon is the largest wireless provider in the US, so it’s no surprise that the carrier does its best to lead the pack when it comes to its wireless technology (3G and 4G, soon 5G) and deals. Big Red is known for its stellar coverage and excellent service but doesn’t perform as well when it comes to its prepaid experience. The carrier lives for postpaid (installment, contract) customers, and some don’t want to pay for new phones and sign away the next two years when
The carrier looks to change its prepaid perception and reputation with the introduction of three new prepaid plans for prepaid customers.
The new plans include unlimited calls and texts in the US, unlimited international texts, and unlimited calls to Mexico and Canada, with three data tiers: 3GB for $40, 7GB for $50, or 10GB for $60. Carryover Data, Mobile Hotspot, and Always On Data (2G data speeds after high-speed tier is reached) make their return with these plans as well.
Customers who transfer their number and bring their Verizon-compatible phone over to Big Red when signing up for one of these new prepaid plans will receive a $100 credit (made available after two billing cycles).
You can read more about Verizon’s new prepaid plans at the link below.