Verizon Launches Unlimited Data Plan for Prepaid Customers


It's been a busy few months with the leading carriers working to refine their unlimited data offerings, and here's another one to throw in the mix. Now if you are a prepaid customer on Verizon, we've got some good news for you guys.

The big red carrier has launched an $80 unlimited data prepaid plan.

What do you think of Verizon's new unlimited prepaid plans?

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Another detail worth mentioning is that with this $80 unlimited prepaid plan, video streams are limited to 480p resolution. This plan also includes unlimited calls to Mexico and Canada with worldwide text to over 200 countries. As Verizon notes (in quite an understatement), at that speed "functionality of some data applications, like streaming video or audio, may be impacted".

The 5GB and 10GB plans feature “Carryover Data” where unused data rolls over to the next month. "With data plans from as little as 2 GB to unlimited data, we've got a plan that fits your needs".

With pre-paid service, there is no credit check and activation fees are not applied.

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The plan includes unlimited text messages to more than 200 countries, along with unlimited talk in Mexico and Canada.

Erwin added, "This plan is all about giving our prepaid customers more choice".

However, before you sign up for this plan, you should know that there are some terms and conditions that apply.

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