Verizon Wireless

$30 Prepaid Basic Phone Plan

Verizon Wireless
Total Price
$30 per 30 days
Data
No Full Speed Data
(for basic devices)
Calls & Texts
Unlimited National Minutes

Unlimited Messages
(to U.S. and participating carriers in Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico)
Expiry
30 Days
$30
Per 30 Day Recharge
Direct purchasing link not supplied
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Plan Details

About this Plan

This Verizon Prepaid plan for Basic Phones is a monthly plan including Unlimited Talk and Text, and unlimited mobile web. There's no annual contract, no fees and no monthly bills.


Features & Benefits

Unlimited Text (in the U.S.)

The Verizon Prepaid plan for Basic phones include Unlimited text messaging to anyone on any network in the U.S. and to participating carriers in Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico.

If you need unlimited talking minutes for your cell phone plan, follow the link and compare additional plans.

Included Features

With prepaid plans, the following features are also included:

  • Voicemail (Airtime and other charges are incurred)
  • Data Alerts
  • Caller ID
  • Call Waiting
  • Call Forwarding
  • 3-Way Calling
  • Caller ID Blocking

Free Overnight shipping

Overnight shipping on all prepaid devices orders is now free when you buy any new phone online and activate it on a new line of service. Delivery within the U.S. only, excluding Alaska and Hawaii.

Network Coverage

Verizon is America’s largest 4G LTE network. Its network covers over 97% of Americans.

Referral Rewards Program

Introduce Verizon Wireless to your friends and you will both get a $25 referral Rewards Debit Card. Terms & conditions available on Verizon Wireless website.

Key Points


Positives

  • Bring Your Own Phone

Features

  • Able to change plan up and back for free
  • Bring Your Own Phone (Verizon Network)

Full Cost Breakdown

Description Upfront
Plan Verizon Wireless $30 Prepaid Basic Phone Plan $30.00
Minutes Unlimited National Minutes -
Data 0MB at full speed ((for basic devices)) -
Messages Unlimited ((to U.S. and participating carriers in Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico)) -
Total $30.00

Rates

Rates Cost
Additional minutes $0.25 per minute
Text messages $0.00 each
Picture messages $0.00 each
Excess data $0 per MB

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More about Verizon Wireless

Verizon Wireless was formed in 2000, as a merger between GTE Wireless and Bell Atlantic. It’s currently the second largest mobile service provider in the US, coming in just behind AT&T with over 98 million subscribers. Verizon has a proud history of firsts in the US – it was the first US company to launch a wireless high-speed broadband 3G network, and this has extended to being the first to build a large-scale 4G LTE network, which was launched in late 2010.

Since its inception, Verizon has invested more than $80 billion to increase the coverage and capacity of its nationwide network, and it seems to be paying off; it’s widely claimed that the company have the best network in the US. There’s no arguing that Verizon’s network coverage is extensive (and reportedly fast). Its LTE network is undeniably its biggest asset; it’s currently available in over 250 more markets than closest rival AT&T’s 4G offerings and is America’s largest 4G LTE network, being accessible to around 89% of the US population. 

Verizon also have a reputation for great coverage in rural areas, and have roaming agreements with other carriers for the few areas of the US that its network doesn’t reach. Verizon is a CDMA carrier, but does offer dual CDMA/GSM handsets, meaning international coverage is an option if you have a dual phone, and Verizon offer voice and data services in more than 200 destinations globally. However, for frequent travelers, a GSM carrier may prove to be more economical and convenient.

The company also has a good reputation for customer service, although still lags behind Verizon’s glowing reviews. Verizon operates more than 1900 retail stores across the country, and has dedicated live chat and telephone support 24/7.

Verizon's Network Specs:


Getting Started: Verizon Cell Phone Plans


Fast Facts: Verizon

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Verizon Wireless is one for the "Big Four" cell phone carriers in the United States. The Verizon network uses the latest 4G LTE technology while also supporting HSPA & HSPA+ (2G/3G). Verizon was founded in 2000 and is currently the leading cell phone provider in the United States.

  • Network: Verizon wireless uses CDMA technology. Verizon uses bands 0 and 1 for 3G (850Mhz, 1900Mhz), and bands 2, 4, 13 (1900Mhz, 1700f, 700c) for LTE. 5G technology is coming soon.
  • Coverage: Verizon's network consistently ranks #1 in national network coverage tests
  • Where to Buy: Verizon has over 2,300 retail stores nationwide, so no matter where you are, one probably isn't far away. You can also buy phones and plans online.  
  • Bring Your Own Phone to Verizon: Bringing your own phone to Verizon is easy. You simply need to have an unlocked Verizon-compatible device that supports the company's 3G and LTE bands. Check your phone's compatibility with Verizon here
  • Tethering: Verizon's unlimited plan includes 10GB for hotspot usage, after which, speeds are throttled. You can also purchase data-only packs to keep you connected on the go. 
  • Prepaid: Verizon offers prepaid plans in addition to their postpaid ones. 
  • Taxes & Fees: Verizon will charge state taxes and fees on top of your monthly cell phone plan cost.

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