Verizon Prepaid makes some changes, now includes autopay discount and more

Ceria Alfonso
Noviembre 9, 2018

On Wednesday, T-Mobile launched a limited-time offer that undercuts Verizon's newly discounted prepaid unlimited plan by a sizeable margin.

Additionally, customers can have up to 10 lines on their account instead of five.

Similarly, Big Red dropped its original unlimited plan from $75 down to just $65/month, which offers unlimited talk, text and LTE data.

The pre-paid market is becoming more competitive in the USA but Verizons plans are still not the best value in prepaid unlimited.

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Today, Verizon has announced some changes that its making to its prepaid tier of plans.

Taking that into account you can pay $35 per month and increase the data allowance to a much more friendly 3GB. "With these enhancements, Verizon Prepaid becomes an even better value for unlimited, plus adds more data and unlimited calling from the U.S.to Canada and Mexico on the 8 GB plan". The cheapest is $30 and offers unlimited talk and text with a 500MB 4G LTE data limit. That's a huge deal for customers with friends and family in another North American country. Subscribers will "typically" get 480p video resolutions when streaming over mobile data; they'll also be limited to 3G network speeds when tethered. Verizon's unlimited prepaid plan doesn't include any tethering.

As well, T-Mobile lists the limited-time prepaid unlimited plan as only for domestic use, and there's a possibility that the customer will be temporarily throttled during congested time periods. T-Mobile did not say when this prepaid promotion will end.

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

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