Verizon doubles the data on its prepaid plans for a limited time only

Verizon doubles the data on its prepaid plans for a limited time only
For a limited time only, Verizon is doubling the amount of data offered with its prepaid plans. For example, sign up for the $60 a month plan and you'll get 20GB of data. Pay $50 a month for 14GB of data. $40 a month buys you 6GB of data and $30 a month comes with 1GB of data. If you want an unlimited data plan, you'll have to shell out $70 a month. All of the prepaid plans feature unlimited talk and text, carryover data and unlimited text to over 200 destinations. The unlimited and 10GB 20GB plans also feature unlimited talk to Canada and Mexico.

To qualify for the double data deal, you need to be a new Verizon prepaid subscriber, or add a new line. To keep the extra data, you will have to keep your new line(s) active. Also, the extra data won't show up in your cart if you sign up online. So keep this in mind before you start freaking out. The extra data will appear in the My Verizon app after your service is activated.

If you're interested in this deal, click on the sourcelink below. Remember, this offer is for a limited time only, so if you really want to take advantage of Big Red's largesse, don't procrastinate.

source: Verizon



1. therealestmc

Posts: 680; Member since: Jul 23, 2012

Or you can pay 55 dollars for unlimited data on Verizon network with StraightTalk.

2. syed_itsa

Posts: 52; Member since: Feb 05, 2015

So no option for existing prepaid user

4. Alan01

Posts: 657; Member since: Mar 21, 2012

Yes. You can add a line. Regards, Alan

3. theot14430 unregistered

Screw you, Verizon.

5. speedingcheetah

Posts: 95; Member since: Jul 22, 2017

Republic Wireless. $20 for Unlimited Talk/Text and 1GB. Each GB is $5 after that.

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