DroidLife, citing unidentified sources, is reporting that beginning July 17 customers will be able to activate and use Verizon LTE phones on the operator's ALLSET prepaid plan, presumably with working LTE. Until now, Verizon has not allowed any LTE capable phones on its prepaid plans.
The ALLSET smartphone plan is priced at $45/month for unlimited voice calling, unlimited messaging and 500MB of data. Additional "BRIDGE" data is available at $5 for 500MB, $10 for 1GB or $20 for 3GB. However, it's not known if the same pricing will be available for LTE devices.
Droid Life says customers will be able buy and activate new Verizon LTE phones on prepaid and that Verizon will also sell refurbished LTE phones, including the iPhone 5 and Samsung Galaxy S4, as prepaid handsets.
It's not known if or when Verizon will make LTE available to its MVNOs. However I suspect that at least some Verizon MVNOs will get access LTE soon.