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Verizon Prepaid Offering 1GB Data Bonus for Auto-Pay

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May 1, 2015, 9:30 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

Verizon Wireless is offering its prepaid customers 1 GB of bonus data if they sign up for auto-pay. In order to qualify for the extra data, customers need to have the $45 or $60 prepaid plan. With auto-pay enabled, subscribers to the $45 plan will see their data allotment improve from 1 GB to 2 GB per month, while subscribers to the $60 plan will see their data allotment jump from 2.5 GB to 3.5 GB. Existing customers will see their bonus data appear after their next automatic payment. Verizon said this offer will only be available for a limited time. A handful of other pre-paid providers, including the likes of Boost Mobile and Cricket Wireless, also offer discounts for using auto-pay.

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wecivus

May 1, 2015, 2:12 PM

Why not prepaid?

Does anyone know the downside of going prepaid? I know the phone selection is limited and no hotspot or roaming, but seems like Verizon would be cannibalizing its own postpaid subs. $45 for unlimited t/t and 2 GB data, that is a fair deal.
Just curious if i am missing something about prepaid that makes it less appealing.
You answered your own question. Verizon especially makes it unappealing by having the worst phone selection. Also, if you're one of those that likes to float the bill by a day or 2 you always lose on prepaid. Autopay could overdraw you and relying ...
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If I am not mistaken prepaid does not get access to the full spectrum of the towers. Therefore the signal would not be as good. Has anyone heard this?
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