Mobile announces $50 prepaid unlimited data plan, following AT&T and Verizon

Alfred Osborne
November 9, 2018

Additional lines can be added to each plan with discounts ranging from $10 to $20 per line.

As we've seen so many times in the past when wireless carriers introduce new lower-cost or limited-time offers on their products and service, Verizon's new offerings were quickly (and strategically) undercut by T-Mobile - one of its fiercest competitors in the USA mobile market.

Taking that into account you can pay $35 per month and increase the data allowance to a much more friendly 3GB.

First and foremost, Verizon Prepaid is now offering autopay discounts on some of its plan offerings. And all of these plans include unlimited calling to Canada and Mexico.

Effective immediately, Verizon's pre-paid mobile plans start at just $30 per month, while topping out at $65, instead of $75 per month, previously.

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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. Verizon's unlimited prepaid plan doesn't include any tethering. At the time, the plan cost $80. But with the T-Mobile plan, subscribers get unlimited tethering at 3G data speeds.

The plan nets customers unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data. Subscribers who use more than 50GB of data during a single billing period will have their data speeds throttled "during congestion", whatever that means (yes, we know what it means, but no carrier has a clearly defined threshold for what constitutes congestion). Leaked internal documents from T-Mobile reveal that the carrier will launch the program starting tomorrow, November 9th.

If you want to know which countries are considered "Simple Global" countries by T-Mobile, you can find the complete list of all 210 by clicking on this link.

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