New Verizon Prepaid Plans Pop Up In My Verizon App
It looks like Verizon Wireless is turning its attention more and more towards its prepaid division with constant improvements on its prepaid offerings. At the end of July, Verizon has added unlimited throttled data to the $45 and $60 prepaid plans and in September, it’s provided HD Voice support for its prepaid customers. And now, according to number of Howard Forums users, new Verizon Prepaid plans have pop up in My Verizon app.
Even though the new plans are still not officially introduced on Verizon Prepaid website, number of users reported that two new prepaid plans have appeared in My Verizon app. The new plans are $50 and $70 plans. At the same time, it appears that old $60 monthly plan with 5GB of data will no longer be available.
The new Verizon Prepaid $50 monthly plan will include unlimited talk, text and 5GB of data at 4G LTE speeds. The $70 monthly plan will offer unlimited talk, text and 10GB of data at 4G LTE speeds.
The $30 and $45 monthly plans will remain the same. Both plans offer unlimited talk and unlimited text that includes picture and video messaging, while data vary. The $30 plan offers access to WiFi data only while $45 monthly plan includes unlimited data with 2 GB at 4G LTE speeds.
Verizon PopData service
In the other news, Verizon Wireless launched new PopData service. The PopData is aimed mainly to customers that want temporary unlimited LTE access that doesn’t eat their plan allowance. Verizon PopData is available in two options: 30 minutes for $2, or 60 minutes for $3. PopData service can be accessed through My Verizon app. Verizon requires access to user’s location in order to determine network strength and capacity and allow uninterrupted high speed access. According to Verizon representative, PopData service is still in beta version and it’s available for both prepaid and postpaid users.