Verizon prepaid 4G LTE leaks again
Last week’s rumor on Verizon Wireless allowing 4G LTE access to its prepaid customers has been supported ones again. Couple of days ago, highly reliable source @evleaks has posted July 17 as the date when Verizon prepaid 4G LTE service will be launched, which matches Droid-Life’s report.
@evleaks has also said that Verizon prepaid 4G LTE plans will start at $45 per month and will include unlimited talk, text and 500MB of data. In addition, customers will be able to add additional data: 1GB of data for $10 per month and 3GB of data for $20 per month. And the great thing is that previous rumor that phones compatible with Verizon prepaid 4G LTE service will be new postpaid LTE phones, certified pre-owned handsets as well as customers’ own Verizon LTE handsets has been supported with the sentence “Works with any LTE-capable handset”.
Verizon’s current prepaid ALLSET plan is the one that offers unlimited talk, text and 500MB of data. Also already existing Bridge Data add-ons include above mentioned additional data, $10 for 1 GB and $20 for 3 GB, both good for 90 days. Bridge Data also offers $5 add-on with 500 MB of data good for 30 days but that won’t be available with Verizon prepaid 4G LTE service, according to @evleaks.