Taking that into account you can pay $35 per month and increase the data allowance to a much more friendly 3GB.
For starters, Verizons unlimited prepaid plan is now $65 with AutoPay (down from $75) and the $45 plan now has 8GB of high speed LTE instead of just 7GB.More news: 'Terrorist' on stabbing rampage shot dead in Melbourne
This is great news for anyone looking to save some money in time for Christmas and helps Verizon stay competitive with a growing number of competitors offering prepaid and unlimited plans. The new offering is through T-Mobile Prepaid, not Metro by T-Mobile, and it'll only be available for a limited time. Additional lines can be added to each plan with discounts ranging from $10 to $20 per line. Video streaming is typically at 480p resolution (not HD), and T-Mobile may throttle your speeds if you use more than 50GB a month (which is a lot of data to use).
Similarly, Big Red dropped its original unlimited plan from $75 down to just $65/month, which offers unlimited talk, text and LTE data.More news: Democrats have a plan if Trump fires Mueller in 'Saturday Night Massacre'
T-Mobile's special limited-time prepaid plan includes the same caveats as other similar plans in the Uncarrier's portfolio.
Finally, Verizon Prepaid customers can now add mobile hotspots and tablets to their account for the same monthly price as smartphones. The cheapest is $30 and offers unlimited talk and text with a 500MB 4G LTE data limit.More news: Thousand Oaks Bar Shooter Ian Long Posted on Instagram During Killings
Still, while both plans offer consumers looking for the best wireless service at the most affordable price attractive options; you'll be best served by scoping out the offerings via Verizon and T-Mobile directly to see which works best in your area.
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