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Verizon prepaid plans get massive data limit increase for no extra money
Perhaps to compete with T-Mobile’s Binge On and AT&T’s revival of the unlimited data plan, Verizon has just granted its prepaid customers a massive data cap boost. New prepaid customers can now enjoy almost double the data limits previously offered for no extra money, with a nice additional data bonus thrown on top for good measure.
Anyone signing up for a prepaid Verizon plan with a new phone activation will be able to get 2 GB of data for $45/month or 5 GB of data for $60/month – that’s up from 1 GB and 3 GB respectively for the same prices. What’s more, if those customers sign up for Auto Pay, they’ll enjoy an additional GB per month for free, taking the data limits up to 3 GB and 6 GB respectively.
If you’re looking round for a new carrier, be reminded that Verizon has the best coverage in the U.S. (if not the fastest LTE service – that honor goes to T-Mobile, just). Verizon’s prepaid plans include unlimited talk and text in the U.S. with free texting to your friends in the great white north and south of the border.
What’s your data limit? Which carrier do you think has the best data plan?