Verizon doesn’t have a reputation of being a carrier that’s easy on the wallet but it has been revamping its plans recently to be more competitive with its rivals. Big Red has launched new plans for prepaid customers that cost less but provide more mobile data to those who opt for them.

Verizon’s new prepaid plans cost $40, $50, and $60 respectively. Customers will get 3GB, 7GB, and 10GB of mobile data with these plans respectively. Compared to existing plans, they offer more data.

The carrier has enabled rollover data for all of these plans. This enables customers to hold on to their unused data allotment each month so that it doesn’t expire when the month is over. However, customers have to make their payments on time if they want to take advantage of rollover data.

Moreover, those who burn through their entire data allotment for the month will be downgraded to 2G speeds. These new plans join Verizon’s $80 prepaid plan that offers unlimited data. Mobile Hotspot support is offered as well so that customers can tether their phone with their computers.

All plans include unlimited talk and text across the United States, unlimited texts to more than 200 countries and unlimited calling from the U.S. to Mexico and Canada.

Filed in Cellphones. Read more about Verizon. Source: verizon

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