Verizon will bring 4G LTE to its ALLSET plans starting July 17

Verizon Allset

As rumored a couple of weeks ago, Verizon will officially bring 4G LTE to its prepaid ALLSET plans. The change will take place starting 17th of July and will finally bring 4G LTE data to its prepaid users. The default plan starts at $45 and will offer unlimited talk, texts plus 500MB of 4G LTE data to spend. If users sign up for Verizon’s auto-pay system, the data is doubled to 1GB per month, but this is only a limited period offer.

If the data bucket is still not enough for the users, Verizon has add-on packs known as Bridge Data which provides extra data of 500MB, 1GB or 3GB costing $5, $10 and $30. The $5 add-on has a validity of 30 days, while the remaining two are good for 90 days. So with the standard $45 plan (along with auto-pay) and a $30 add-on, users can get up to 4GB of LTE data to spend, which isn’t all that bad for prepaid devices.

Verizon is also offering devices like the LG G2 and the LG Lucid 3 for $299.99 and $149.99, which is worth a look if you’re considering a switch to Verizon prepaid. Other notable devices include the Samsung Galaxy S5, Galaxy S4 as well as the HTC One M7.

Source: Verizon

Via: Phone Dog

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