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Verizon Adds Monthly Pre-Paid

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Aug 8, 2005, 12:05 PM   by (staff)

Verizon today announced two monthly pre-paid plans. Like plans already offered by Cingular and Virgin Mobile, Verizon's plans offer a set number of minutes per month plus additional benefits. Verizon offers free night and weekend and in-network calling on both plans. They will cost $50 for 350 minutes per month and $70 for 700 minutes per month. Text messages cost an additional 10 cents each to send or receive.

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Aug 8, 2005, 1:02 PM

Good to see

Im glad to see someone at verizon saw that impulse was for the most part stupid and WAY to costly to gain any real number of customers. I still think they should have the per minute No per day charge like they did before for the older folks that want something for 911 or car breaking down ect...Not everyone needs unlimited nights & Weekends. Im not a fan of prepaid, but for verizon this seems to be a step back in the right direction.
AS a sales person in a Verizon Wireless corporate store, I can say that those old ladies you're referring to are few and far between. Yes, they are there - and I agree with you that we should offer something for them. But for the most part, the only ...
the 07boi

Aug 9, 2005, 1:09 PM


what phones are available for the monthly prepaid and when i go to a store how do i ask for it or get it?
You are able to get any phone you choose at the 1-year contract price. All you need to do is go into a Verizon Wireless corporate store and ask a sales person to explain the EasyPay plans to you. You purchase your phone at the 1-year contract price, y...
Brooklyn Blues

Aug 8, 2005, 1:01 PM

I'd knew they come around

😁 Yup. The bastards knew they're crappy pre-paid plans weren't doing good especially when Cingular was offering GoPhone. IMO the best pre-paid service. Almost like post-paid really but slightly higher. Much better than Virgin or Verizon's or T-Mobile rip-off pre paid plans. Come on, unlimited nights and weekends - a no-brainer!
Why do they come out with this so late !! After struggleing to get Verizon they come out with pre-paid !! If they had it around like a year ago it would've been a lot easyier for me to get a phone with them !! BUT oh well i already have my own plan an...
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