Verizon Adds $50-5GB and $70-10GB Options to Prepaid Lineup

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Not to be outdone by AT&T’s GoPhone prepaid announcements this morning, Verizon has announced two new options to their own lineup. Starting November 13, Verizon prepaid customers will be able to choose from five different plans, two of which include 5GB or 10GB of data. 

The new plans are the 5GB for $50 and 10GB for $70 plans. These include unlimited talk and text in the US, Carryover Data (which is Rollover Data), mobile hotspot, Always-On Data (unlimited throttled data), and international messaging to 200+ countries.

These new options join Verizon’s $60-6GB and $45-3GB plans (autopay needed for those data amounts), as well as the $30 WiFi only option.

Again, these new plans go live on November 13.

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