Verizon has added another prepaid arrangement to its lineup, a $30 every month alternative that incorporates a small 500MB of information for each month. It doesn’t resemble an awesome arrangement, particularly contrasted with Verizon’s other existing prepaid plans, which offer 3GB for $40, 7GB for $50, 10GB for $60, or boundless information for $75.
Verizon says 500MB ought to be adequate for clients who are light information clients, yet you’ll need to go light on the Spotify and YouTube.
Every one of Verizon’s prepaid plans — including the new 500MB one — accompanies boundless US talk and content, the choice to extend remaining information from one month, versatile problem area, and boundless messaging more than 200 nations. Additionally new is the choice for 3G versatile problem areas on the boundless arrangement, which already hadn’t offered the element.
Verizon is additionally including its $5 every day Travel Pass alternative to the greater part of its prepaid lines, enabling clients to make calls, content, and utilize information in Mexico and Canada. To empower Travel Pass, clients can simply include the alternative in the My Verizon application before they take off on trips.
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Verizon has added a new prepaid plan to its lineup, a $30 per month option that includes a meager 500MB of data per month.
Verizon says 500MB should be sufficient for customers who are very light data users, but you’ll want to go light on the Spotify and YouTube.
Also new is the option for 3G mobile hot spots on the unlimited plan, which previously hadn’t offered the feature.
The new 500MB plan is available starting February 20th, but it’ll probably be a tough sell compared to the 3GB for $40 option that Verizon already offers.