Published: Fri, November 09, 2018
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Verizon drops price of unlimited data plan

Verizon drops price of unlimited data plan

T-Mobile quietly announced a new promotion that offers customers a $50 prepaid plan.

Last week, AT&T rolled out a $20 discount on its prepaid unlimited data plans. The plan gives customers unlimited data on T-Mobile's 4G LTE network, as well as unlimited talk and text, but there are a few big restrictions.

Verizon Prepaid's unlimited option, which normally costs $75 per month, now only costs $65 with the autopay discount in place, so there's even more of a discount there.

Verizon is bringing more value and more features to Verizon Prepaid - including $5 monthly Auto Pay discounts per line - to make it easier for prepaid customers to get on the best network with no annual contract or credit check.

Head to Verizons prepaid site to build and customize your prepaid family plan.

Specifically, T-Mo's new pre-paid unlimited plan offering undercuts Verizon's by a fair margin, giving users unlimited talk, text and LTE data for just $50 per month - an impressive $15 per month, and $180 per year in savings, over the comparable Verizon plan. But with the T-Mobile plan, subscribers get unlimited tethering at 3G data speeds. The cheapest is $30 and offers unlimited talk and text with a 500MB 4G LTE data limit.

The new changes for Verizon's prepaid offering is available now.

T-Mobile's special limited-time prepaid plan includes the same caveats as other similar plans in the Uncarrier's portfolio.

We also do not know if T-Mobile will treat this prepaid plans like it does the rest. Leaked internal documents from T-Mobile reveal that the carrier will launch the program starting tomorrow, November 9th.

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