Verizon to offer new 3G-only prepaid plans beginning today

Brad Molen
B. Molen|02.01.13

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Brad Molen
February 1, 2013 9:44 AM
Verizon to offer new 3G-only prepaid plans beginning today

Verizon's got a new set of prepaid plans for smartphone users that are hoping to keep costs down. The monthly plans, which appear to be restricted to a small number of phones unable to access Big Red's LTE network, both offer unlimited talk and text; on the data side, the $60 plan grants you 500MB while $70 bumps that ceiling up to 2GB. Head below to the sources to get all the necessary info.

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Verizon to offer new 3G-only prepaid plans beginning today