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Verizon Prepaid increased up to 1.5GB of 4G LTE data
Verizon has silently increased the available data on their ALLSET prepaid plan. The result, believe it or not, makes Verizon one of the better bang for the buck prepaid carriers around.
Verizon introduced their ALLSET prepaid plans a while back, improving the original 3G connectivity up to 4G LTE services last July. Originally clocking in at 500MB of data. The recent bump brings your $45 contract-free experience up to 1GB of 4G LTE data.
While $45 is about par for the course for 1GB of data these days, Verizon’s unlimited talk and text package will score you an additional 500MB if you sign up for Auto Pay. If that is not enough for your needs, Data add on packages run you $10 for 1GB and $20 for 3GB. That makes for a 2.5GB plan at just $55/month, or 4.5GB of 4G LTE for a respectable $65/month.
If you’ve been avoiding Big Red for their outrageous pricing, now may be the time to give them a second glance. Head on over to the Prepaid section of the Verizon website for more information.
What do you say, is Verizon’s data increase enough to entice you over to their prepaid plans?