Verizon Wireless today introduced the LG Optimus Zone 3, a new affordable smartphone for its prepaid lineup. The phone is a third in a row of Zone smartphones offered by this carrier; original Zone in June 2013 and the Zone 2 in April 2014. Verizon Prepaid LG Optimus Zone 3 is a 4G LTE smartphone with Lollipop OS that’s available from today for $69.99. Read more
Verizon Wireless has lowered the cost of some of its prepaid smartphones this holiday season. Verizon Prepaid holiday deals offer 50 percent off of the Motorola Moto E, Samsung Galaxy J1 and the LG Transpyre. The offer starts being effective today, December 15, 2015 and will last through December 27, 2015 or while supplies last. Read more
Multi-carrier MVNO ROK Mobile that operates on T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon networks has announced on their website that service provided by T-Mobile and Sprint will no longer be available. ROK Mobile plans to cease service on these two networks on December 18, 2015. Affected customers are already getting messages with this information explaining them what their options are. Read more
Updated: Verizon Prepaid Gives 3 GB Data With Auto Pay On $45 Plan At Walmart, Thanksgiving Promo 1GB Data Free NOT Available To Prepaid
Verizon Wireless that’s only just added a new $30 prepaid smartphone plan and increased data on $60 unlimited plan is running a couple of promotions that add more data to prepaid plans. First, Verizon Prepaid gives 3 GB of data on the $45 plan, 2GB as a part of Walmart’s Double Data For Life promotion and 1GB for signing in to Auto Pay. Secondly, Verizon’s Thanksgiving promotion offers 1GB of free data this month and 1GB for the next billing cycle. Read more
Verizon Wireless has introduced changes to its prepaid plan offerings. Verizon prepaid adds WiFi only smartphone plan that includes unlimited talk, text and WiFi data only for $30 per month. So far, the carrier has offered only two smartphone plans, $45 and $60 unlimited plans with 1GB and 2.5GB of data, respectively. Now, Verizon’s $60 plan includes 3GB of high speed data while $45 plan remains the same. Read more
Verizon Wireless has the largest and most reliable network of all major carriers in the U.S. Verizon uses CDMA technology, which means that a phone swapping is not as easy as with GSM-based phones if customers are not happy with service or the phone itself. Verizon’s service is primarily focused on postpaid customers but in recent months they made quite a few changes to its prepaid offerings which made them more appealing to existing and potential customers. Biggest change is that Verizon has allowed access to LTE to its prepaid customers on July 17, 2014 and after that, it has started allowing it to its MVNOs. MVNOs, however, offer throttled LTE speeds, up to 5 Mbps.
Verizon Wireless, the largest US wireless carrier, has announced five new prepaid device data plans. New Verizon Prepaid data plans are now the same for tablets, mobile hotspots, notebooks and other devices that need to be connected to Verizon’s fast 3G/4G LTE networks while previously, these data plans were offered separately, one set of plans for tablets and the other for broadband devices. Read more