Verizonís 4G LTE Support for ALLSET Prepaid Plans Start July 17th
It was recently announced by Verizon that they would be adding 4G LTE support to their ALLSET prepaid plans beginning July 17th. Customers will also be allowed to bring their own phones to ALLSET and use with LTE data along with using official ALLSET offered devices by Verizon. This major announcement came only after some weeks of the original rumor.
The plan per month will cost $45 and will include 500MB of data, unlimited text and talk. Customers will be allowed to pay for BRIDGE DATA if the initial 500MB is not enough. The prices for BRIDGE DATA are as follows: another 500MB for $5, 1GB for $10, and 3GB for $20. However there is a set time frame before the BRIDGE DATA expires: the $5 expires in 30 days, meanwhile $10 and $20 expire in 90 days. With the auto pay feature on, Verizon will give users free 500MB of data.
For an even clearer breakdown, users can pay $65 a month and receive 4GB of data, unlimited text and talk. The 4GB of data includes the 500MB with the base plan, free 500MB from having autopay set up, and 3GB of BRIDGE DATA. This deal is pretty reasonable for having no contract tied to the deal. Compatible devices for the ALLSET plan includes iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, Moto X, and HTC One.