New Verizon’s prepaid ALLSET plans now available
New Verizon prepaid ALLSET plans that leaked last week are available now. Verizon is now offering feature phone plans that start at $35 and smartphone plans starting at $45 per month. Additional data for both feature phones and smartphones are available through BRIDGE DATA options.
Verizon prepaid feature phone users can now choose from two options. The $35 plan includes 500 voice minutes, unlimited text and picture messaging and 500 MB of 3G data. The $45 plan offers unlimited voice minutes, unlimited text and picture messaging and 500 MB of 3G data. Both plans also include unlimited texting to Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico.
Verizon prepaid smartphone users can now start with $45 plan that includes unlimited talk, unlimited text and picture messaging, 500 MB of data per month and unlimited texting to Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico.
For more data, BRIDGE DATA add-ons are available for feature phone plans and smartphone plan. BRIDGE DATA options are:
- $5 for 500 MB, expires after 30 days
- $10 for 1 GB, expires after 90 days
- $20 for 3 GB, expires after 90 days
Customers are limited to two BRIDGE DATA add-ons within a plan cycle. The second data add-on is kept in reserve until the first one’s all gone. Any data remaining in one monthly cycle will roll over to the next while customers who switch from a feature phone to a smartphone will be able to keep their remaining BRIDGE DATA. Also, the new Verizon ALLSET plan for smartphones now supports mobile hotspot feature.
Verizon is also providing a couple of limited time offers with its new prepaid ALLSET plans. Customers who activate on new Verizon ALLSET $45 plans starting March 2 to June 30, 2014, will receive 1.000 free minutes for calling Canada and Mexico landline and mobile numbers. The offer is valid until December 31, 2014. In addition, for a limited time, those who activate on a $45 smartphone plan and opt for auto pay option will receive an extra 500 MB of data per month.
Source: Verizon Wireless