Verizon launches new ALLSET prepaid plans starting from $45/month

Verizon Allset

Wireless carrier Verizon has just announced its new Allset prepaid plans with an attractive monthly price. As per this plan, users will get unlimited calling, texting and 500MB of free data use for just $45 per month. This price comes down to $35 if you prefer using a feature phone. As a bonus, Verizon is also offering unlimited texting to Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico. The plan also includes free 1,000 minutes of international calling to Mexico and Canada every month, although Verizon claims this is a limited period offer.

If the users are not happy with the data allotment, they can get additional data starting from $5 per month for 500MB. At the same time, users can also opt for the 1GB data plan ($10) or the 3GB plan ($20) which is valid for 90 days. Verizon is offering a ton of prepaid budget smartphones under its new promotion including the Moto G which costs only $99.99. Existing Verizon customers owning an off contract device can also walk into a VZW store and activate the Allset plan on their account.

Source: Verizon

Via: Android Central


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  1. Sounds like an awesome plan to me. $45 a month with so many minutes of voice calls and 500 MB of data is good enough. But its just 3G. It would have been more attractive if they had offered 4G for the same price.

  2. A feature phone which has calculator and a flash light as features. These are the old phones before smartphones happened (Android and iPhone I mean). For example, the Nokia 1100 is a very good feature phone. But 500 MB of data on a feature phone is overwhelming. Or is it just me?

  3. What is a feature phone? I really like the sound of this plan. Question though, can you still use WiFi for data? Does the data roll over to the next month if you don’t use it all in one month?

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