If you happen to be looking for a new smartphone plan and don't need a lot of data and only have one line to worry about, Verizon has now dropped a new plan that might be of interest to you.

As part of a new promo, you can now get unlimited voice minutes, unlimited text messaging and 2GB of data for $60, you'll want to pay attention to the overage charges though that are set at a whopping $15/1GB. Obviously not going to be an option for everyone but it's sure to fit some needs.

If you happen to have a smartphone with Verizon Edge, you will receive $10 off the monthly access on the single line plan. If you're looking for the full details, Verizon has kindly set up a FAQ section on their site to view.

Source: Verizon - Thanks, John!

 

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Verizon now offering $60 single line plan with unlimited talk and text, 2GB of data

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Except that you're on Sprint. So your "unlimited" data actually only applies to like 4 cities in the entire united states. Thanks for playing though.

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I also have Sprint. Works fine where I live and I don't live in some major metropolitan area.

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Wrong. Try again. Just because it doesn't work in your town doesn't mean it only works in 4 cities. I'm in central arkansas and just ran a speed test on my att phone and my sprint phone and both pulled 10mb download speeds.

That joke used to be funny. Congratulations you are an tech blog cliche. I am not even being pro Sprint, I am just anti douche canoe.

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Wow, troll much? And don't put T-Mobile's network in the same scenario as Sprint; that's just being dishonest.

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Oh not you again you Sprint fanboy give it up with this Sprint mess. It's over Sprint is very much dead.

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You didn't say hands down or T-Mobile or note 3 or Samsung I think your bot broke
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lol, T-Mobile is WAY behind sprint when it comes to their network. I'd love to have T-Mobile 3G/"4G"...or Edge at my cabin 20 miles north of my city. wait, I have LTE on Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint!

As fast as T-Mobile is in the 10 biggest cities, having a basically unloaded 5x5 network on sprint, XLTE/LTE on Verizon, and 10x10 AWS and 700 on AT&T perform much better than the 5x5 LTE T-Mobile has deployed in a few parts of the city, and much better than the DC-HSPA+.

Keep drinking your Kool-Aid and have fun being limited to a city to use the internet.

I get 20x20 T-Mobile here... Verizon and AT&T don't come close.. And Sprint? 5 Mbps if you're lucky...

Remember carriers are area dependent.. As how you said it is in your area.. And how it is mine... Totally different.

No carrier is perfect guys. Accept it :).

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It is area dependent, but T-Mobile and Sprint suck in more areas compared to AT&T or Verizon. If you travel at all, it quickly become apparent.

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I used to think Richard was an annoying troll. Upon further review I realize he is just a sad little boy trapped in an adult body.

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You're a barf bag on Google Plus and the same here. You make me laugh with loser Sprint they aren't going anywhere.

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The fact that you seem to follow this guy on Google+ enough to know he is a "barf bag" is not only creepy, but shows how much of a loser *you* are

Why are you so anti-Sprint? It seems like you have something personal against them. First, they're not going anywhere anytime soon. Long term they're in trouble if they don't get the boat turned around. But even if you like a different carrier why would you be rooting for the death of Sprint? Do you not realize how bad that would be? Tens of thousands of employees out of the job, one less choice for consumers, and one less competitor against the big 2 to keep them from price gouging customers worse than they already do. I will preface this next statement with "I am not a Sprint fanboy," and my loyalty to them extends only as far as I see value in what I get from them. But I have been with Sprint for 10 years now and have never had a problem with their customer service. Before last year I had a couple years of bad network speeds (although voice always worked fine) that almost made me switch. But once they rolled out network vision in my area (Panhandle of Fl) my speeds are comparable to all of my friends' VZ phones and flat out destroys my ATT work phone.

And yet you can't seem to control the amount of hypocrisy, over-the-top fanboyism, and absolute ignorance that constantly comes out of your mouth. Reminds me of the time you claimed you would stop the htc M8 from ever being available to Verizon or Sprint. As if a little nobody like you could do such a thing. Moron

you control nothing... you're the butt of the joke... a twelve year old in a fifty year old's bald, rotted mouth body... stay off the internet, it loathes your existence

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I have Sprint 45 UNLIMITED everything and faster speeds than Verizon where I live in Massachusetts

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How did you get that? I tried to price out a plan and it was at least $75/mo for unlimited data....unless you have like some limited data plan.

You get $45 a month unlimited on Sprint with a seven line as a family. But, T-Mobile post it on their stores windows saying 4 lines for $100 a month that`s includes, unlimited talk, text and data + 10 GB. I did walk into the store and I asked them, is that mean unlimited data plus 10 GB? They said it`s no unlimited data it`s just 10 GB!! To me they confusing their customers in which way they can to get them in.

That's really good actually considering I mainly use wifi. Maybe I might go to Verizon when I break off my mom's plan.

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I'm paying around $10 per month with an almost identical plan on T-mobile.

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Except that you're on T-Mobile. So your "unlimited" data actually only applies to like 4 cities in the entire united states. Thanks for playing though.

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I'm guessing you're on Verizon and you're hurt that other carriers beat Verizon to the punch.

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Except that you're a troll, and there's nothing substantive that anyone should take away from what you're saying.

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oh, a copy and paste.... did you attend the Richard Yarrell School for Under Gifted Children?

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That's decent, but I used to have unlimited everything on Verizon for $110.

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What does used to refer to? It's a past tense phrase which can have multiple definitions. In this case it means he previously was with a particular company.

Are you 12?

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Yes used to. Now I pay the same amount for unlimited talk, text and 3 GB of data.
Verizon prices generally suck.

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So if you jump on the new plan got would pay $75. $60 for the plan abs $15 for the extra 1GB.

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Worth considering when I jump off my shared data plan.

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I am off contract with Verizon. All you have to do is pay full price for the phone.

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Not such a great deal. I pay $75 a month with 4 GB of data with unlimited talk and text with AT&T

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Yeah that is a much better deal. But for those where ATT isn't viable and Verizon is, this isn't a bad plan.

I'm all against Verizon normally but this actually isn't too bad for a lot of users that don't use a lot of data or mainly stay in WiFi areas.

And those overage rates really aren't that terrible. I've mostly noticed the average overage rates to be around 10 cents per megabyte, which comes out to $10/GB so $15 really isn't that much more terrible.

50% more terrible. A 50% difference on cost is generally seen as terrible.

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I've had this plan for the past year. It's totally fine for me as I have enough access to wifi that I never go above 2GB every month.

Same, I've had it for about a year. I usually use up 1.8 gbs a month. Cutting it close but it works fine.

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It's $10/GB on this plan for overages. I've had the plan for a few months now myself.

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Good to see Verizon dropping prices but there is no way I would go with cdma again. I had Sprint for years and their data service was terrible and the phones were useless outside the USA. Tmobile offers so much for the price.

I will do this one day. Probably when my contract ends December 2015 for the Nexus (2015). That is something to look forward to.

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Because nothing changes about carriers networks....

... and most CDMA phones have SIM card slots now because LTE is GSM technology therefore you can use them overseas if unlocked.

So all of your arguments are null.

can you use your expensive Verizon smartphone on AT&T or Sprint or T-Mob? can you use a Nexus 5 on Verizon? null?

You can use a Verizon unlocked device on AT&T and T-Mobile. I now of several people who used a Lumia Icon for example on T-Mobile and AT&T, the only issue is MMS does not work properly.

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But still you can have a Verizon device on T-Mobile or ATT.

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That wasn't part of his argument.... He mentioned data quality and international use. But good try.

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Yep. My moto X on Verizon has gsm and is Sim unlocked. Users are reporting that with the 4.4.4 update it is fully compatible with att and tmo.

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Techinically, and not trying to be a jerk here, LTE is CDMA :-) 'GSM' has been dead for many years, starting with UMTS a.k.a WCDMA.

really? i think GSM sounds better. plus i like the simultaneous voice + data capabilities of GSM over CDMA.

Unfortunately there are none really anymore :/ only like the s3 and Evo LTE still do, no Spark/triband device will. I really hope this changes soon. That is one of my gripes.

However WiFi is the one way around this.

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why is spark such a big deal? AT&T has a quad band LTE network here, using B17, B4, B5 and B2.

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I'm not a fan boy by any means, I think it's silly too. But spark is super fucking fast. Like 50mbps easy. So I'm all for it if they can get it more widespread. And if they can get the phones to do call and data on spark I'd be way happier.

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I agree. AT&T actually has 10x10 in all cities where even in SPARK areas, Sprint is limited to 5x5 on 1900MHZ. Its only the old Clearwire base stations that get you the 20x20 an the MINUTE you go into a building or move in a car, its toast. Once they activate 850Mhz SAR & turn on the new MIMO 8x8 bast stations, THEN Spark will be cool.
AT&T is going native VoLTE & is in trials now. Also, they are still upgrading the backhaul for the 4G HSPA networks.

Is there a difference in the simultaneous voice + data capabilities between GSM and CDMA? All LTE phones on Verizon can do it, except the iPhone, but that is Apple's fault from what I understand. This assuming you have LTE or Wifi signal.

Yes, the difference is battery life as you need additional radios in a Verizon phone for eCSFB switching for the CDMA2000 1xRTTe network as well as the LTE network for data. Also, only phones with Qualcomm chipsets can take advantage of this, e.g. iPhones have issues on Verizon.

For once I'd like to see a reverse plan...LIMITED talk and unlimited data. I avoid talking on the phone and couldn't care less if it was limited to a few hundred minutes a month. It's the data that matters.

Agreed. My wife and I are still grandfathered into the 700 minute shared plan. We rarely use more than about 50 minutes max a month.

Carriers offer unlimited talk and text because they know it only costs them peanuts to offer it.

This. They don't mind making it unlimited because it's not that big of a deal.

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Networks cant handle everyone on unlimited LTE streaming netflix and pandora. Most people only need a certain level of data each month.

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Great, if you can get by with T-Mobile coverage. I have devices on both T-Mobile and Verizon, and the coverage with T-Mobile is not strong and consistent enough for me to be able to go only with T-Mobile.

That would be unlimited 4G, but they said they will start throttling even those plans if they don't like the way you are using the data.

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Worth it if you need the voice coverage. If you live in the limited coverage area of T-mobile they are still your best bet though.

We all know this. Not being rude but it's like people think they need to say this on every thread. Everyone knows T-Mobile has the best plans. But the coverage is the issue.

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I live in Israel and I'm on an unlimited calls and text and 2GB of data plan which goes for about 12$/month (taking the difference in income into account, this would be around 5$/month in the US). 60$ sounds WAY overpriced

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Less people, smaller network. Not as much infrastructure and employees to maintain.

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That logic doesn't make sense. All things being equal, it should be more expensive since the carrier has fewer customers and less money coming in, and less customers to spread their costs around.

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The point is that the company's costs are a fraction of a fraction of what any of the national carriers here are spending to run their networks.

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He wasn't replying to you. He was replying to amir for his asinine political commentary.

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That's the difference between the US and everywhere else. That's what we talk about all the time. US carriers do overcharge. Why? Because we have no choice but to pay it.

And the guy above me commented about the size, he's right, they can charge less for plans because they don't have a network that's hundreds of thousands of towers spanning the side of our country...

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Not just size, also population density. The US doesn't have a lot of people to charge hundreds of bucks per tower.

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And no LTE in Israel, either. Pretty decent 3g coverage, though, most places... even by the Dead Sea.

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This is a very good deal for Verizon customers. A share everything plan for 4gb between two people is $70+40+40=150, or $75 each. Why wouldn't you switch to this?

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Verizons plan is $60 for unlimited text & talk + 2 gb of data.....so it's only $60 per person not $75

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2GB of data seems like plenty for most users. I barley use that and I'm on YouTube 24/7.

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Agree... Sounds like a Verizon employee or customer service telling crap to customers.

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It's not a matter of not working for some and working for others. YouTube uses a lot of data if ran nonstop, no matter who you are...

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Data doesn't work one way for one person and another way for someone else. If you and I watch the same 1080p video it's going to use the same amount of data... You must be on wifi a lot when using YouTube.... 1080p can chomp 2 GB in no time.

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This. Video streaming is the most data eating thing there is. No way you're on it 24/7. If you streamed YouTube constantly for 24 hours alone. You'd already be at double that 2gb.

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Maybe you're using Wi-Fi for YouTube. 2GB isn't as big as it was before. Even at 144p, you can deplete 2GB from watching videos in less than 2 weeks on mobile.

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I will get my note 4 on this plan and cancel within a month and port out to prepaid. Will be cheaper than buying full price.

Ehhh phone will be 350 with 2yr contract most likely plus 350 ETF and one month service at 60$ + tax and fees... Probably just a little but more than the retail price which I'm guessing will be around 700$, maybe 800$

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Even so that's a bad plan. Phone is $300, etf is $350, month of service is $60, then I think activation fee is $35. That's $745 total.

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Called verizon about this plan and they let me know it signs you up for 1 year contract. Not worth it imo since I'm on the edge plan and wont be able to upgrade due to the contract...

Verizon couldn't you do better than this.

2.5 G would have been better..

Oh sorry, forgot about fees, taxes, etc. Added to the 60.00, that's about..

75.00 isn't it.....

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I'm on the Verizon $60 plan...unlimited talk & text +2 gb data
Comes out to $69 in change a month
In Florida. I use on average 350+ gb per month on my comcast wifi at
50+ mbps and just got a notice that they're increasing speed to 105 mbps

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Dag here in canada with Wind I have unlimited text,talk,data and roaming north America for 39 dollars

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I might jump on this for my work phone which is currently on the T-Mobile $50 unlimited everything plan with 1gb of LTE data. I have grandfathered unlimited data on my personal line on Verizon, but 2gb is more than enough for my work phone, plus I can use the upgrades on this line for my personal line, keep UDP and still get a new a new personal phone every 2 years. Not to mention. T-Mobile is taking away my employer discount, but I still get a 20% employer discount on Verizon. Thanks Verizon!

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You use several gigs just on speed tests? Thats stupid. Better yet, the idea that you need to test your cellular connection so often that you use gigs of data is offensive to me. You are the reason companies like Verizon limit people like me.

You should not be allowed to reproduce.

Really? He shouldn't be allowed to reproduce because he runs to many speed tests for your liking? You're an asshole.

The whole idea of charging people a given amount of money for a specific amount of data on a network is absurd and always will be. To be more accurate it's really just a scam. But then there are the people like you get upset at other people for doing whatever they want with the plan they paid for because you believe the bullshit that you've been fed by all of the carriers in this country. "Wah! You're using a lot of data and so my carrier is going to punish me for your data use and my bill's more expensive now! Wah!" There was actually a really good YouTube video that demonstrated the whole scheme very succinctly. I think they even put a link to it in an article here on Android Central a couple of years ago.

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That's 60.00 plus tax, but do they still subsidize the phones? I didn't look at the site...I pay 57.00 a month total on tmob for unlimited talk, text, streaming music and 3GB of LTE with no overages... But I had to buy my phone.

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Edit...yes, they are subsidizing the phones under a contract... That makes it cheaper than T-Mobile

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The $15/1GB overage is killer crazy. Why not just throttle down the speed from 4G to 256mbps or something?

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@ Joe - it's $15 a GB.. It even says it on the site. The 10 dollars per GB is gone...

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The difference between a 2GB plan and a 3GB plan on Verizon's More Everything plans is $10. Want 4GB? That's *another* $10, and so on. So we're looking at a $5 difference between "overage data" and "regular 'ol Verizon data". Big whoop.

That's a great deal for the best service in America, (I've tried all 4 carriers). I'm still on unlimited but if I wasn't I would get this!

I've stayed away from Verizon in the past Cuz their rates were always higher than everyone else. I pay $90 after all fees and taxes with us cellular for 450min, unlimited text and 2GB of data so this seems like an awfully good deal to me. How much do you think the note 4 will be on Verizon with a 2 year contract when it come out?

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Straight Talk is a much better deal with 3gb for $45 and no contract. Better yet, though they throttle you after 3gb, it still works OK... you're just down to Sprint speeds.

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Hahaha. ST is consumer reports worst cell MVNO. Not just because of coverage though, try calling customer no service and see what happens.

Verhighzon.. I have to give it to you..
That's not a bad deal.
Most of us have Wi-Fi at home and at work.. So, if you are an Adult that needs to check some things online while on the go, then 2GB's is all good.. and you can Wi-Fi the rest of the way.. But if you're some Unemployed person or a child sitting around the park playing games all day.. then this would not seem like a good deal.. Verhighzon's prices may suck.. but there is no denying their coverage is the best out there.

Pretty Clear You're One Of Them..
Stop Hanging On Every Word I Say...This Is About Verhighzon.. NOT You're Employment Status...

That is probably the best price I've ever seen from Verizon, but getting hit with overage fees instead of being throttled once you hit the data limit sucks. I would never chose a plan from any carrier no matter what the price is if there was the possibility of getting hit with extra fees.

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Well I pay 88 a month with Verizon Unlimited Data and Text with 900 mins and 5 F&F free calling contacts outside over Verizon network im not going anywhere until they scrooge cuts my data off lol

Just switched my wife over on this deal. She had a Galaxy Nexus on Straight Talk, and wanted an iPhone. Got a 32 GB 5s for $149 along with this plan. VZW has solid LTE in our town, so we're pretty happy. Work pays for my line so I'm stuck with AT&T.

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I was paying similar to this after discount until I added a line and was moved to a share everything more plan last July. Plus I had the double data promo so it was 4gb!

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This is just a promo price right? I'm wondering how long this will last? Hopefully they will still have this when the note 4 comes out.

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PREPAID is making 3 Carriers sweat...Except T-Mobile which has the Best Prepaid plus a whole bunch of MVNOs affiliated with them ( T-Mobile)!

What a rip off, Republic wireless.com unlimited talk, text and data for $25 a month and yes it is a great service, we have had ours for over two years and the blank spots we have found are all most non existent and we travel a lot. Cut off the big guys, no contracts, no limits, no problems

On average a person uses . 1.5 to 2 gigs. Unless you don't have wifi or stream a lot of music.

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60$ a month? for that? holy shit thats expensive. pretty much half the price for everything unlimited here in finland.

I don't see why everyone is ripping on this? Sprint, Verizon, At&t, and us cellular were all about $80 a month before taxes and fees for 400 minutes, unlimited text and 2GB of data. T mobile isn't even available in my area and I'm not a fan of prepaid Cuz they never have the phones I want. This is $20 less than everyone else which is unusual for verizon. Plus it's unlimited minutes instead of 400. I'm always going over my minutes but have never been close to going over my 2GB of Data. Wi-fi is almost everywhere now

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Most pre-paid plans allow you to bring you own phone. You don't have to settle for what they offer.

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I know you can bring your own phone but wouldn't I have to buy an unlocked phone? I have a note 2 on us cellular now but I don't think I can unlock it and take it anywhere else? I want the note 4 when it comes out but that would cost me probably $700-800 to buy and take to prepaid.

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There are online unlocking services you can use to unlock your Note 2. Basically you buy an unlock code, and enter it into the phone. I did this for my brother so he could take a phone from MetroPCS to Walmart Family Mobile. Since both of those services use the T-Mobile network the phone was fully compatible. I just had to unlock it so it would accept the Walmart sim card. Basically once you unlock the phone make sure you choose a prepaid service that uses the radio bands that your phone uses.

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Yeah, mines on us cellular and from what I have read even unlocked it can't be on anyone else's. They use CDMA not gsm

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AT&T sucks around here and no t mobile. Only US Cellular, Verizon, and to some degree sprint are good. Verizon's coverage is amazing here

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Sprint has Virgin Mobile and Boost. Maybe you can use your phone with one of them.

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Anyone know how the corporate discount applies to this? Do you get the % off the whole $60,or just a portion of it?

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This plan doesn't allow for any further discounting. It also allows for subsidized phones, but doesn't include Mobile Hotspot, unless you use a 3rd party app.

Can't help but to think US carrier plans are so fragmented and at times confusing...full of limited-time offers, and offers that easily gets grandfathered.

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Okay. This thread was supposed to be about Verizon and their new plan! Degraded into a squabble about sprint, tmobile and att. Certain people on this thread are full time TROLLS as evidenced by their posts elsewhere in A/C. Thanks for the non~information.

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I'm still rocking that AT&T unlimited data plan. And holding on tight to it.

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Sweet! Just called and changed my $80 plan to this $60 plan, and went from 1gb to 2gb. Only downside they mentioned was not being able to use phone as mobile Hotspot, which I never do anyhow.

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Well, I had just started a 2 year contract this July. They didn't mention starting over, and it looks like my contact end date hasn't changed online. New plan is already showing. I'm pretty happy

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yah with a one or two year agreement… that's what they're telling me on the phone. I wish they could get their stories straight and make things clear.

I called Verizon to switch over to this plan since I'm on a more everything plan with 3gb data and barely use 1gb a month since I'm on wifi most of the time. When I called to inquire on this plan to see if there would be anything i would be losing if I switch over (other than the 1gb of data) the rep asked how I heard about this plan as it is a promotional plan. I was surprised he asks as it is listed on the verizon wireless site when you click on single line plans. Apparently he wasn't aware that it was out there for the public to see.

So here is what I lose by switching (which is not an issue for me): you lose the ability to use mobile hotspot that you have on the more everything plan, you lose the international texting that was added to the more everything plans and if you have an employers discount it doesn't apply to this plan at all since it is already discounted, so I lost that discount but I am still paying less than what I was before with the discount by $26 a month, and the last thing you lose is the cloud data is 5gb vs the 25gb that I had with the more everything plan but I don't use it anyway.

So I figured this was a good move to switch over and if I ever go over the data plan by 1gb I'm still ahead of the game even with the $15 overage fee, since I'm saving $26 a month on this plan ($312 per year savings).

Looks like the promotion is over... I called on Saturday Aug 15th to have my account moved over and will change on my new billing cycle on Aug 24th. I went online to view my bill and double check on some info on that new plan and the website has been updated to a $60/1gb or $75/2gb plan options. https://www.verizonwireless.com/wcms/consumer/shop/shop-data-plans/single-line-data-plans.html

I called verizon to make sure that on my new billing cycle on Aug 24th that I will still get the $60/2gb plan and they said yes but that promotion is no longer available for new requests. Seems like it was a quick promotion. So now it is $15 more if you want the 2gb package. They are still offering $10 off each package if you are on edge but I'm not on edge so that doesn't benefit me.

I notice the FAQs still has the reference to the $60/2gb plan only http://www.verizonwireless.com/support/faqs/CallingPlans/single-line-plans.html They haven't updated that info online just yet.

Good thing I acted quickly on that promotion or I would have lost out on $15 a month for the 2gb plan.