Big Red has revised the pricing for its prepaid plans and they’re slightly cheaper than before. Subscribers can also save a bit of coin by setting up Auto Pay which nets them an additional discount. The prepaid plans are for customers who want to get on Verizon without having to sign an annual contract or go through a credit check.

The unlimited Verizon Prepaid plan now costs $70 as opposed to $75. The prepaid unlimited plan does have some limits though. Verizon limits video streaming to 480p and there’s no mobile hotspot option as well, even though you can share your 4G data over hotspot on the cheaper plans.

There’s a new 8GB plan for $50 and the 3GB plan now costs $40 per month. Customers can get an additional $5 discount per line on these prices if they set up Auto Pay. The cheapest option costs $30 per month with 500MB of data in addition to unlimited talk and text. Subscribers can now have up to 10 lines on their account compared to five previously.

They can also add tablets and Jetpacks for the same monthly price as smartphones. All of the prepaid plans include unlimited talk and text in the United States as well as international texting to more than 200 destinations.

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