Verizon Wireless Revamps Prepaid Options
On February 11, Verizon Wireless will introduce new prepaid services for customers not interested in post-paid accounts. The Prepaid Unlimited Talk plan provides users with unlimited calling to any number on any U.S. network for a daily fee of $3.99. This fee is only charged on days when calls are made/received. Text messages will cost one cent to send/receive. The Prepaid Plus plan offers unlimited in-network calling and unlimited nights and weekends for a daily access fee of $1.99. Any minutes called to non-Verizon numbers during the day will be charged at the rate of 5 cents. Text messages on the Prepaid Plus plan will cost 5 cents. The Prepaid Basic plan does not charge daily access fees. Instead, it charges a straight 25 cents for each minute and 20 cents for each text message sent/received. All of the prepaid plans are eligible for a $20 monthly unlimited text, picture and video messaging bundle.
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The one thing I like is...
Postpaid is SUPPOSED to be more attractive than Pre-pad
You get what you pay for.
If you get metroPCS for $40/month, you get Unlimited calling, in the metroPCS coverage area, which is very small. Roaming is extra. For Nationwide with everything, it's ...
So for 111.72 a month
$12 more for prepay? Not too shabby.
Every time VZW comes out with something like this Page Plus makes out.
Is this still the best deal around for everyone? Of course not, but it's a good deal for some for sure.
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By the way, look up what Sprint charges for call forwading. Makes having an awesome feature like youmail impossible. Free with VZW (and...
Then you get unlimited Text, pic, Video, IM for 20.00
This is great for those who text more on some days, and when they go on trips of something, they can use the Unlimited Calling.
Now that Verizon has more Home Coverage, customers won't have to worry about Roaming and can use there pre paid service in more ares then any other service without Roaming.
Yes, Pre Paid customers can access Alltel's network without Roaming charges.
Again, don't throw roaming crap a...