Right now, Verizon is the second-largest wireless phone carrier in the US as it has 156.1 million subscribers as per June 2019. It has pros and cons, such as the price of Verizon is high, then its network is the biggest and fastest in the nation. In the US, Verizon will be the best option if you are planning to take the most reliable mobile service. The best Verizon wireless plans for May 2020 is given below.
Pre-paid family plans or multi-line plans
If the user wants to add more than one line of service to their plans and still wants to be a pre-paid customer, then Verizon has plans for them. Verizon wireless plans made it easy to add additional lines to the users’ pre-paid plan, and it also gives some discounts.
- 1GB plan for $30 more and there is no discount
- 6GB plan for $30 more ($10 savings)
- 16GB plan for $35 more ($15 savings)
- Unlimited plan for $50 ($20 savings)
There are no speed of data with these plans. But, each line has the data distribution that makes it very customizable. For instance, if the user uses a lot of data, but his partner uses very little, then they should not worry about sharing the data unevenly between them. They both get their data separately. The prices mentioned above are the monthly payments for the data with their respective plan. Each line will acquire an additional one-time activation fee, i.e., $40 for in-store activations or $20 for online activations, and the taxes and fees will be added in each bill.
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Unlimited Verizon Wireless plans
Four main Verizon Wireless plans are in the unlimited data category. These four plans are briefly discussed in the list below. The prices have the $5 autopay discount and $5-per-month discount for paperless billing:
- Start – $70 per month with basic things, which has no hotspot, and 480p video streams.
- Play More – 25GB of premium data for $80 per month, 15GB hotspot, and 720p video streams.
- Do More – 50GB of premium data for $80 per month, 15GB hotspot, and 480p video streams.
- Get More – 75GB of premium data for $90 per month, 30GB hotspot, and 720p video streams.
These four Verizon Wireless plans plans have subscriptions of Apple Music, free for six months in Start and Do More category, or totally free in Play More and Get More category. All plans have unlimited talks and text in the US, Mexico, and Canada. In Mexico and Canada, the users can use up to 512MB of 4G LTE data per day, and the speeds get decrease 2G every day if the user goes over. Details about the offers that all the plans provide.
Start Unlimited: In this plan for one line, the user will pay $70, for two lines $120 ($20 savings), for three lines $135 ($75 savings), and for the four lines $140 ($140 savings). The Start plan has unlimited 4G LTE data, but the users might experience slower data temporarily when they use excess data. That’s why the other three plans provide premium data, which offers 4G LTE data that don’t get affected by excess using of data.
Play More Unlimited: It is perfect for the user who streams a lot of content. For one line, the user will pay $80 per month, for two lines $140 ($20 savings), for three lines $165 ($75 savings), and for four lines $180 ($140 savings). Every line on the account gets 25GB of premium data, and then the data speeds will get slow if Verizon thinks it is required. This plan also comes with 15GB of a high-speed hotspot for every account and also 720p video streams.
Do More Unlimited: It is useful for those users who use a lot of data but not mainly for entertainment purposes. For one line, the user will pay $80 per month, for two lines $140 ($20 savings), for three lines $165 ($75 savings), and for four lines $180 ($140 savings). Each line on the account will get 50GB of premium data, and after that, the data speeds get slow if Verizon thinks it is required. It also comes with 15GB of a high-speed hotspot for every account, and it also has 480p video streams.
Get More Unlimited: This plan is for the users who want it all. For one line, the user will pay $90 per month, for two lines $160 ($20 savings), for three lines $195 ($75 savings), and for four lines $220 ($140 savings). Every line on the account gets 75GB of premium data, and after that, the data speeds get slow if Verizon thinks it is required. The plan also comes with 30GB of a high-speed hotspot for every account and also 720p video streams.
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Pre-paid Verizon Wireless plans
Verizon gives many pre-paid plans for the user who already own a suitable smartphone or going to purchase the device. The plans have a single line of service, and the price starts from $30 per month and goes high as $65 per month. The user doesn’t have to sign any contract, and there are no credit checks, the user has to pay for that he is going to use on a month-to-month basis, and they can leave Verizon any time.
On all the Verizon Wireless pre-paid plans, Verizon provides a limited amount of high-speed data per month. If the user uses more than his monthly data, the speeds will be decreased to 2G until the end of the billing cycle. The company will not charge extra for extra usage. The user has to select the plan with the best data allotment according to their needs. If the user goes too high, they have to pay for the data that they don’t use, and if they go too low, then they will suffer from 2G speeds.
- 1GB of high-speed data — $30 per month
- 6GB of high-speed data — $35 per month
- 16GB of high-speed data — $45 per month
An unlimited plan for $65 per month with autopay is also available. This plan is unlimited; the user can use as much high-speed data as they want and never get an excess charge. Verizon said that they could prioritize the data behind other customers during times/places of network congestion, so the company is not giving full surety for the speed.
All the pre-paid plans provide unlimited talk and text in the US and unlimited texting around the world. The $45 and $65 plans give unlimited calling to Mexico and Canada. The plan doesn’t have mobile hotspot support.
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Post-paid limited Verizon Wireless data plans
The main difference between pre-paid and post-paid plan is that the user has to sign a contract for the post-paid plans. The post-paid plans provide more advantages and options than pre-paid plans. If the user doesn’t want unlimited data and wants to only pay for the data that he and his family is using, then a post-paid limited data plan is good for him.
Verizon breaks these plans into Small, Medium, and Large sizes. It also added a new 5GB plan, but Medium-Large is not real size.
- Small – 2GB speed is for $35 per month
- Medium – 4GB speed is for $50 per month
- Large – 8GB speed is for $70 per month
- 5GB – 5GB speed is for $40 per month
All the post-paid limited data plans have unlimited voice and texting to numbers in the US. The plan also supports carry-over data, so if the user doesn’t use all of his high-speed data before the end of his monthly billing cycle, then it will be added to his next monthly period. If the user needs more high-speed data before the end of the billing period, then he can add more data in 1GB for $15 each.
The price mentioned above is that the user pays for the monthly data. The user has to still pay $20 per month for every device on his plan, also, an additional one-time activation fee for every device.
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Verizon’s unique Just Kids plan
Verizon Wireless plans are designed for children named Verizon Just Kids. To get this plan, the user has to first sign up for one of Verizon’s four unlimited plans, as mentioned above, and then they have to add a Just Kids plan in the same account. This plan provides 5GB of 4G LTE data per month and unlimited calls and text for 20 contacts. The plan also provides free access to Verizon’s Smart Family Premium service, which costs $9.99 per month.
It involves an app from which parents can put limitations on data, calls, and texts. It can also locate those devices that are attached to the Just Kids plan and can block access on those devices for some apps and websites that parents think as objectionable content.
The Just Kids plan price is $50 per month to add one line of a parent’s unlimited account. The price for two Just Kids lines is $80 and $105 per month for three Just Kids lines. If the user connects four Just Kids lines to one parent’s account is cheap as it costs $100 per month.
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One year of Disney Plus for free
Verizon is providing Disney Plus streaming service free for one year for all the users of unlimited and 5G Home. The platform has a lot of classic and latest movies and TV shows from Disney’s library of titles. It also has exclusive original shows and movies.
If the user will pay in advance for one year of Disney Plus, then it is $69.99, and if they pay monthly, then the price is $83.88.
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Verizon’s first 5G offerings
The company started rolling out its 5G Ultra Wideband mobile service, which they claim 10 times faster than any other 5G networks. Right now, it is available in 34 US cities. If the user signs up for the Play More, Do More, or Get More Unlimited plans, then they get access to the 5G is free. The user needs a 5G device and access to a 5G active area. If the user is not in one of the Unlimited plans, then the access of 5G takes an extra price of $10 per month.
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Military families and other professionals can save even more
If the user is serving or earlier he has served in the military, then he can take advantage of the special savings for his entire family. The company is providing Unlimited plans for as small as $30 per line per month with four lines. The user can also get discounts on other plans and accessories. Similarly, the savings are available for other selective professions, like first responders, nurses, and teachers.
The user can check his eligibility and get the offers. The company is providing offers according to the locations.
Special Verizon international plans
If the user is traveling within Mexico or Canada, their unlimited plan has mostly covered. The user can use up to 512MB of 4G LTE data in Mexico and Canada every day. When the user goes over the amount, then they get 2G speeds till the whole day when the allotment resets. The user can do unlimited calls and send unlimited texts in Mexico and Canada. If the user doesn’t have an unlimited plan, the above situation in Mexico and Canada will cost $5 per day as a part of the company’s TravelPass program.
If the user has an unlimited plan, and he is traveling in other 185+ countries across the world where the Verizon provides service, the user needs a TravelPass. The user will get free unlimited calls and texts in those countries, but data will cost them $10 per day.
If the user not has an unlimited plan and traveling outside of the US, Mexico, or Canada, then he has to pay a $10-per-day fee for a TravelPass.
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Other Verizon wireless plans for non-smartphones
The company provides specific Verizon Wireless plans for different types of connected devices, such as tablets, wearables, hotspots, and basic phones.
The Basic Phone plan is for the users who only talk and text, but they get 500MB data for downloading ringtones and other things. The price is $30 per month, and the user will get unlimited calls and text.
An LTE-connected tablet will cost $10 per month, and it gives 1GB of data. A connected hotspot will cost $10 per month for 1GB of data.
The plan for wearables like the smartwatch is $10-per-month in which the user gets 1GB of data per month and unlimited domestic calls and texts. Also, $10 per gigabyte per month if the user more than their initial allotment. This plan doesn’t work for any variation of the Apple Watch.
There are connected home options where the user pays a flat fee for wireless internet access. The plan is $60 per month for 10GB of data, $90 per month for 20GB of data, and more.
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