$60 gets you 6GB of mobile data on Verizon pre-paid plans

If you don't enroll in auto-pay, however, that drops by 1GB.

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Verizon is bumping its pre-paid data allotments up. Folks on the $45, 1GB month-to-month plan will have an additional 2GB of mobile data available at their fingertips come May 15th, and the $60 plan jumps from 3GB of data to 6GB. Of course, that's if you're enrolled in auto-pay. If not? Each plan's data drops by 1GB. The plans include unlimited texts to Canada and Mexico, but if you want to make unlimited calls to either of our immediate continental neighbors, you'll have to pony up for the most expensive plan.

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