Published: Fri, November 09, 2018
IT | By Lester Massey

Verizon is Cutting The Cost of Their Unlimited & Prepaid Plans

Verizon is Cutting The Cost of Their Unlimited & Prepaid Plans

The Global Plus plan will cost $50 a month and provide subscribers with unlimited high-speed data while traveling to a "Simple Global" country.

"Starting November 6, the new Verizon Prepaid lineup includes a new lower price of $65 for Unlimited, $45 for 8 GB, and $35 for 3 GB - which includes $5 per month Auto Pay discounts per line on these plans - and for customers looking for unlimited US talk and text at a great price, $30 for 500MB".

Effective immediately, Verizon's pre-paid mobile plans start at just $30 per month, while topping out at $65, instead of $75 per month, previously.

T-Mobile did not say how long the prepaid plan will be available for. For example, we do not know if this prepaid plan includes 5GB of 4G LTE in Canada and Mexico, free in-flight Gogo Wi-Fi, or unlimited streaming from certain services.

As you can see in the chart above, Verizon's unlimited prepaid plan doesn't include a mobile hotspot.

As we've seen so many times in the past when wireless carriers introduce new lower-cost or limited-time offers on their products and service, Verizon's new offerings were quickly (and strategically) undercut by T-Mobile - one of its fiercest competitors in the USA mobile market.

You can find this on the T-Mobile prepaid website.

The $50/month unlimited plan is a $10 discount from T-Mobile's regular prepaid unlimited plan ($60/month for T-Mobile Essentials Prepaid). Verizons plans do include unlimited talk and text to over 200 worldwide destinations though. Consumers who set up Auto Pay get $5 per month off the price of the three more expensive plans.

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