Finally, users of Verizon Prepaid Phones can access the carrier’s vas LTE data connectivity. The carrier has lagged behind other competitors in terms of data speeds available for prepaid subscribers. Leaving them on only 3G data connectivity and Verizon is notorious for its painfully sluggish CDMA network.
Prepaid users should decide whether the new LTE plan is even worth considering. With the ALLSET prepaid plan, users can get 500MB of data plus unlimited voice calls and text messages for $45. To help expand the data bucket, users can add the BRIDGE DATA to the plan. Additional data allowance is available for $5 for 500MB, $10 for 1GB and $20 for 3GB. For $65 per month, users could also get 3.5GB of data on the 4G LTE network, which may include unlimited text/talk.
Users can activate their new postpaid 4G phones with prepaid pricing. Certified pre-owned models include Apple iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S4. They could also use any 4G-capable Verizon’s device. There’s no information whether Verizon will throttle the 4G LTE connection. The Verizon Testman website also indicates that the 4G-capable LG G2 will be included in Verizon’s prepaid phones catalogue.