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Verizon Prepaid Gets Cheaper

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Today, Verizon revealed lower pricing for its Prepaid Plan, which can get you unlimited talk, text, and data with no annual contract required. In order to get the lowest pricing, though, you’ll need to use Auto Pay.

Verizon offers four plans on Prepaid. The cheapest is $ 30 and offers unlimited talk and text with a 500MB 4G LTE data limit. Using Auto Pay on the more expensive plans automatically gets you a $ 5 discount on the price. Auto Pay simply means you agree to let Verizon automatically withdraw payment every month.

Verizon Prepaid New Prices Nov. 2018

Taking that into account you can pay $ 35 per month and increase the data allowance to a much more friendly 3GB. Pay $ 45 and you get 8GB, or opt for the $ 65 plan and remove the data cap completely. On the 8GB and Unlimited plans you also qualify for unlimited calls to Canada and Mexico. All plans also include unlimited talk and texts to over 200 destinations.

When Verizon first announced the unlimited Prepaid plan back in April 2017, it cost $ 80. So the price has dropped significantly since then. The cheaper plans have also changed away from their 2GB, 5GB, and 10GB data caps.

Other changes to Prepaid include an increase in the line limit from five to 10 lines. Verizon is also now allowing you to add tablets and mobile hotspots for the same monthly price as a smartphone.

Additional discounts are available when you sign up for lines two right up to 10 as long as your plan is for $ 40 or more. For example, if your first line is the 8GB plan it will cost $ 45, but your second line on the 8GB plan will only be $ 30, as will the third, and so on. The saving is even greater with the unlimited plan as additional lines are reduced to $ 45 each.

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