No longer is Verizon treating pre-paid customers like red-headed stepchilds. The company has announced that folks on ALLSET plans will now be able to use 4G LTE phones. Starting tomorrow you can grab many popular phones like the HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S5 and more. Cheaper options also exist for those who aren’t interested in breaking the bank, including last year’s LG G2 and the LG Lucid 3.
ALLSET plans give you unlimited talk and text and at least 500MB of data for $45 per month. That’s not a ton of data for that fast 4G connection to chew through, though for a limited time you’ll be able to add another 500MB if you sign up for automatic payments. Pay another $5 per month for 500MB more and that’s 1.5GB of data which should be more than enough if you’ve managed to survive on those meager offerings up to this point.
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TAGS: 4G LTE , Verizon ALLSET