They say that good things come to those who wait, but what about us who have run thin of our patience? I suppose those of you who rejoiced in March this year when the Verizon ALLSET plans were announced were (unpleasantly) surprised to find that it did not come with 4G LTE support. Well, it is nice to hear that Verizon Wireless has started to enable this very 4G LTE service to everyone who is rocking to its prepaid ALLSET plans.
While Verizon’s 3G EV-DO service is not exactly a slouch, it is always nice to be able to keep up with the times, don’t you think so? After all, the prepaid ALLSET plans happen to pack quite a fair amount of value within, including unlimited talk and text messaging, blocks of data, as well as the ability to “bridge” the data should you arrive at a situation where you are about to go beyond the existing cycle. Basically, you end up with a higher level of customization than before.
Expect to see the 4G LTE service play nice with the prepaid ALLSET plans this July 17th, and no, there will be no changes made to the price scheme, which means Verizon will remain competitive alongside AT&T’s GoPhone plans. At least Verizon has done work to improve its 4G LTE services in several areas prior.