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LG Optimus Zone 3 Now Available on Verizon's Prepaid Plans

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Verizon Wireless now offers the LG Optimus Zone 3 for only $69.99 along with one of their simplified prepaid service plans. The good thing about these prepaid service plans is that they don't require any contracts, credit checks or have hidden fees. You can opt to pay ahead of time and choose how long you want to use the service. Among the plan options include:

  • $30 per month - Includes unlimited talk and text with Wi-Fi only access for data
  • $45 per month - Includes unlimited talk and text with 1GB of data
  • $60 per month - Includes unlimited talk and text with 3GB of data

The LG Optimus Zone 3 is an entry level LTE phone that comes with top of the line features without costing a lot of money. The device is available with a 4.5-inch display, 5MP rear-facing camera and 2MP front-facing camera that comes with Gesture shot and Selfie Flash. It is powered by a 1.1GHz Quad-Core processor. supports up to 32GB of expandable storage and runs on Android Lollipop OS.

If you're considering upgrading from your Optimus Zone 2, this is the next phone you should get. Head on over to Verizon's Prepaid Pricing site so you can order the device and choose a prepaid plan suitable for you and your lifestyle.


Source: Verizon Wireless

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  1. Also, Verizon's promotional "Auto-pay gets you an extra 1GB of data every month" is still going on. It makes the $45 plan much more worth it.

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  2. Selectel announcing new plans tomorrow 1/15/16. Wait & see.

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    1. hopefully Dennis will report it and show how it compares to the other Verizon plans what limited MVNO plans out there for Verizon

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    2. According to prepayrefill.com - -
      "Selectel Wireless has released their new monthly plans. They are as follows:
      The $30 monthly plan has been upgraded to 1500 minutes, unlimited text, and 1 GB of data.
      The $40 monthly plan has been upgraded to unlimited talk, unlimited text and 2 GB of data.
      The $55 monthly plan has been upgraded to unlimited talk and text, along with 5 GB of data.
      The $70 monthly plan has been upgraded to unlimited talk and text, along with 7 GB of data
      Finally, you can get the best rates on Verizon service, without sacrificing anything else. Selectel has top of the line customer service, based in the US, and offers free roaming. No other Verizon based MVNO can make that claim. If you decide Selectel is right for you, we are going to make it easy for you to switch. We will be offering free Sim cards for Selectel on your website tomorrow, and starting right now, you can do a free activation, or a free port to Selectel. If you want to test out the service first, there is a test credit available so you can try it before you add airtime."

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    3. If the new Selectel $30 Talk & Text prepayrefill.com description is really correct, 1500 minutes and unlimited text, 1GB data it has matched Page Plus Cellular $29.95 plan. Selectel Wireless' website page has it like this. http://www.selectelwireless.com/product/talktext/

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  3. What LTE data speeds dd the Simplified Prepaid plans get?

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    1. Full LTE speeds which can be anywhere from less than 1 Mbps to 100 Mbps depending on location and network load.

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    2. Verizons's Prepaid Plans are not called "Simplified Prepaid", Christine was trying to get across that Verizon Prepaid Plans are simplified. Probably should not use "Simplified Prepaid Plans' as that is getting to be a little confusing especially in relation to the Simple/Simply T-Mobile plans.

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  4. The Verizon LG Optimus Exceed 2 had better specs than the LG Optimus Zone 2 did. You can get a new Optimus Exceed 2 for half the cost of the new Optimus Zone 3, on eBay or Amazon.

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    1. The Zone 3 has LTE, unlike the Zone 2 and Exceed 2.

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  5. Cool! Next year's Black Friday $10 special.

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  6. It looks like tribute or leon or risio... what?!

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  7. Verizon has so much potential to dominate prepaid but chooses not to. That data hard cap is what's keeping me away.

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    1. Isn't a "data hard cap" when you don't have any option of buying more data? This is what I think of when I think of "data hard cap", if so, then this is not true with the Verizon Bridge Data which rolls over for the next 2 months with the 1 GB or 3 GB add on.

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    2. The MetroPCS and Boost Mobile 60.00 plans are much more competitive.

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    3. Hard cap means data stops when you reach the cap. With a soft cap data doesn't stop but speeds are heavily throttled after you reach the cap.

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    4. "The MetroPCS and Boost Mobile 60.00 plans are much more competitive."

      Not if they don't work where you live or work.

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    5. "Hard cap means data stops when you reach the cap. With a soft cap data doesn't stop but speeds are heavily throttled after you reach the cap."

      Either way the first poster is wrong about Verizon Prepaid, no data hard cap what so ever.

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    6. Actually, the Verizon $45 and $60 Prepaid Smartphone plans are hard capped at 1 and 3 GB, respectively.

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    7. Ok, now I get it when referring to "hard cap". Took me long enough!! Sorry about that Dennis.

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  8. What's the ram? Is the 32gb storage for real?

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    1. "32Gb of expandable storage" refers to the maximum memory card supported. Verizon's press release announcing the Zone 3 doesn't specify RAM or internal memory and I haven't been able to find those specs anywhere. Probably 1 GB RAM and 8 GB internal if we're lucky.

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    2. MetroPCS should work in most locations now. T-Mobile's coverage has grown exponentially in two years time.

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    3. Matt don't believe the maps better check it out with a t-mobile phone before signing on and remember Metro has a lower priority

      Also those TV ads they are going to apply where there's been added new band 12 on the towers and likely lots of places are showing coverage and it's just more of the same as it's been for quite a while

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    4. Tmo shows customer-verified coverage on its maps now. Don't believe the anti-Tmo FUD.

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    5. Lol Come to Nebraska or Iowa with your tin cans and strings if you think T-mobile has coverage. Verified no coverage there and that's no FUD

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    6. I thought this was a Verizon phone.

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  9. It has 1.5 GB RAM and 8 GB internal memory

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    1. 1.5 GB of RAM in a budget phone seems unlikely, where did you see this?

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    2. Don't know if it is accurate, but I saw 1.5 GB of RAM listed in an article on Phonedog.com. Here is the link: http://www.phonedog.com/2016/01/14/lg-optimus-zone-3-hits-verizon-prepaid-android-511-6999-price-tag

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    3. I saw it on Verizon's website under the phone's details. If the details tab doesn't load, right-click it and open it in a new tab or window.
      http://www.verizonwireless.com/prepaid/smartphone-plans/lg-optimus-zone-3-in-black+prepaid/#overviewlink

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  10. Some phone sites say the screen is 3"; others say 3.5". Most list the RAM as 512kb. Verizon and phonescoop websites have no specs.

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