A leaked internal document was posted on Reddit documenting the availability of the new Safety Plan for prepaid subscribers under Verizon. According to the unofficial leak, this new feature will be made available starting July 17, 2016.
If the leak is confirmed to be true, prepaid plan users will be able to make the most out of their $60 plan since Verizon will be doubling its 4G LTE data, mobile hotspot, and even enjoy unlimited talk and text to the US, Mexico, and Canada. In addition to that, users will be able to enjoy "Always-on Data", which is a new prepaid feature that throttles unlimited data at 128kbps speeds as soon as you have reached your data limit on your account. The best part about Always-on Data is that you no longer have to toggle on or off a Safety Mode. The feature is automatically included on both $45 and $60 plans which come with 2GB and 5GB data, respectively.
As soon as a subscriber is nearing his data allotment, he will receive an alert via text message. This way, users can be in more control of their plan. If more data is required, you can buy more now or upgrade your plan.
According to the leak, this new feature is available for new customers on either $45 or $60 plan. Existing customers will receive the feature shortly after it has launched. A notification will be sent via text. It's important to remember though that this information was only posted on Reddit. Verizon has not yet officially confirmed whether or not unlimited throttled data will be coming to prepaid.
Update 7/18: Leak confirmed: Verizon has updated their $45 and $60 plans to include unlimited 128 Kbps throttled data after the plan's high speed data allotment has been used.
Source: Reddit, Droid-Life