This week, starting December 9, 2013, Verizon prepaid phones on sale can be found on Amazon.com, BestBuy, Radio Shack, Target, VivaMovil and Verizon’s website. Amazon.com, Verizon’s website and VivaMovil offer free shipping, BestBuy offers free shipping on orders over $25 while RadioShack charges it $6.99 unless otherwise indicated. Also, RadioShack offers free ground shipping on orders over $50 and free ship to store. Walmart offers free shipping on orders over $50, $4.97 otherwise and free ship to store. Target offers free shipping on orders over $50.
Verizon Wireless announced today new $5 daily prepaid tablet plan with 300MB of data on its fast 4G LTE network. Until now, Verizon’s offer has included only monthly prepaid tablet plans starting at $20 for 1GB of data, $30 for 2GB, $40 for 4GB, $50 for 5GB and $80 for 10GB of data. Read more
If you are a tablet lover, you probably want to use your tablet on high speed 4G network where ever you are. Verizon Prepaid Tablet Plans give you an access to its reliable fast wireless network for $5 daily or as low as $20 per month without annual contract. On top of that, you can choose from number of tablets available from Verizon Wireless with this prepaid tablet plans.
Straight Talk will soon offer Verizon-based mobile broadband service, Phone News reports. On their website, five Straight Talk mobile broadband plans are included as well as a hotspot modem Unimax U240C.
Verizon is the first carrier in the U.S. to announce adding Moto G to its prepaid lineup. Just few hours after Motorola has officially introduced it, Verizon prepaid Moto G is already confirmed. The carrier hasn’t revealed any further details like pricing or which version of the phone, 8GB or 16GB, they will offer. However, they said that that the new low-cost Motorola’s handset will be offered at the beginning of the first quarter of 2014 with Verizon’s prepaid service. Read more
Page Plus Cellular has informed its dealers that they will add extra 500MB of data to its $55 Monthly Plan. From November 20, 2013, the $55 Monthly Plan users will have 2.5GB of data per month instead of current 2GB. Page Plus increases data allotment, same as before, to customers who renew their plans on November 20 immediately and to others on their next plan renewal. Read more
Both TracFone’s prepaid brands, Straight Talk and Net10, have started offering Verizon’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S III. According to the specs included on their websites and unlike Sprint’s versions, Net10 and Straight Talk Verizon Galaxy S III do not come with LTE support. The price of the phone is the same as Sprint’s, $399.99. The phone is available in Marble White color only. 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 and their prepaid monthly plans are rather expensive than those provided by Verizon MVNOs.
TracFone has recently started offering, for the first time ever, Android phones with its Triple Minutes for Life airtime. In addition, the carrier has provided separate data card for Android phones only with 2GB of data for $50, 750MB for $20 and 300MB for $10. Up until now, the phones were available only from retailers as HSN, ShopCellDeal and BestBuy but now, TracFone Android phones are offered directly from its website. Read more