Verizon Now Offering Prepaid Plans with Smartphone Options

After a bit of rumors about its prepaid options for smartphones, Verizon Wireless has finally taken off the wraps on its prepaid plans and are welcoming smartphone users who are too commitmentphobic to jump on a two-year standard contract in the U.S. The carrier’s move to add prepaid smartphones to its prepay service comes at a time when that market is intensifying, with T-Mobile offering contract-free

plans and Sprint’s prepaid subsidiaries offering attractive data options.

With Verizon Wireless, you’ll be able to get the hottest and latest smartphones on a prepay, contract-free plan, such as the new Droid X, Droid 2, Droid Incredible, LG Ally, range of BlackBerry smartphones, and others. According to the U.S. carrier, smartphones will have an option for “$30 monthly access. Multimedia phone customers also have the option of selecting a new $10 monthly data package for 25 MB per month ($.20/MB overage).”

Here are some of the phones that qualify on prepaid data options:

3G Smartphones

  • BlackBerry® Curveâ„¢ 8330
  • BlackBerry® Curveâ„¢ 8530
  • BlackBerry® Stormâ„¢ 9530
  • BlackBerry® Storm2â„¢ 9550
  • BlackBerry® Tourâ„¢ 9630
  • BlackBerry® Boldâ„¢ 9650
  • Palm® Preâ„¢ Plus
  • Palm Pixiâ„¢ Plus
  • DROID by Motorola
  • Motorola DEVOURâ„¢
  • DROID X by Motorola
  • DROID 2 by Motorola
  • DROID Erisâ„¢ by HTC
  • DROID Incredible by HTC
  • LG Allyâ„¢

3G Multimedia phones

  • LG enV® TOUCH
  • LG enV®3
  • LG Chocolate® TOUCH
  • LG VX8360
  • Samsung Aliasâ„¢ 2
  • Samsung Renownâ„¢
  • Nokia Twistâ„¢
  • Casio® EXILIM
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