Feb 16 AT 11:48 AM Evan Selleck 0 Comments

Verizon launches new $30 prepaid plan, reduces price of Unlimited Prepaid option


Verizon is tweaking its prepaid options a bit, starting with launching one new plan and dropping the price of another.

Today Verizon has announced that it is introducing a new prepaid option that will be priced at $30 per month. Customers will get unlimited talk and text and 500MB of data. Mobile hotspot is supported in this new entry-level plan, too, and as long as you pay your bill on time, you’ll get Carryover Data as well.

If unlimited data is more your speed, then there’s good news for you, too. Verizon also announced that it is dropping the price of its Unlimited Prepaid plan beginning next week. Right now it’s priced at $80 per month, but when the price change kicks in, customers will only have to pay $75 per month. Verizon is also including mobile hotspot, but it’s capped at 3G speeds.

Last but not least, prepaid customers can now get access to the Verizon Travel Pass, which means they will be able to call, text, and use their data while visiting Canada or Mexico. You will need to fork over $5 per day to use Travel Pass.

What do you think of Verizon’s prepaid plan changes?

Source: Verizon Newsroom

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