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My Verizon App Now Available for Verizon Wireless Prepaid Customers

Earlier today, Verizon Wireless made an announcement for its prepaid customers. Starting June 28th, prepaid customers will have access to the newly improved My Verizon account management tool.
They can use this app to pay bills, monitor usage, add data, set up auto-pay, and make any other changes to the account.

This tool was formerly exclusively  available for the postpaid customers of the carrier but is now available to prepaid customers as well. 

According to the announcement, the app will be available for these plans:

  • $40 Unlimited Prepaid Plan
  • $50 Unlimited Prepaid Plan
  • $60 Unlimited Prepaid Plan

If you are using one of these plans, you may download or update the app so you have access to the tool.

Source: Verizon, Phonescoop

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  1. This app has access to:
    Device & app history
    •retrieve running apps
    •read sensitive log data
    Cellular data settings
    •change/intercept network settings and traffic
    Identity - •find accounts on the device Calendar
    •read calendar events plus confidential information
    •add or modify calendar events and send email to guests without owners' knowledge
    •find accounts on the device
    •read your contacts
    •modify your contacts
    •approximate location (network-based)
    •precise location (GPS and network-based)
    •access extra location provider commands
    •read your text messages (SMS or MMS)
    •receive text messages (MMS)
    •receive text messages (SMS)
    •send SMS messages
    •edit your text messages (SMS or MMS)
    •directly call phone numbers
    •reroute outgoing calls
    •read call log
    •read phone status and identity
    •write call log
    •read the contents of your USB storage
    •modify or delete the contents of your USB storage
    •read the contents of your USB storage
    •modify or delete the contents of your USB storage
    •take pictures and videos
    •record audio
    Wi-Fi connection information
    •view Wi-Fi connections
    Device ID & call information
    •read phone status and identity
    •update component usage statistics
    •read historical network usage
    •force device reboot
    •modify secure system settings
    •receive data from Internet
    •view network connections
    •create accounts and set passwords
    •read battery statistics
    •pair with Bluetooth devices
    •access Bluetooth settings
    •change network connectivity
    •connect and disconnect from Wi-Fi
    •delete all app cache data
    •expand/collapse status bar
    •control flashlight
    •measure app storage space
    •full network access
    •close other apps
    •change your audio settings
    •run at startup
    •draw over other apps
    •control vibration
    •prevent device from sleeping
    •modify system settings
    •read Google service configuration

  2. The app always worked on prepaid, you just count do anything

  3. I've been using the My Verizon app since I signed up for Verizon prepaid late last year. In fact, their website recommended I download it after I activated my SIM. On Friday, I used it to go from the $50/5GB plan to the $50/7GB plan.

    1. I went from the $50/5GB plan to the $60/10GB plan, my question is have you noticed a slow down in data speed since changing plans? I think Verizon is throttling data speed like H2O is doing in PPN new article...

    2. My data speeds have been the same, even on the new plans. Still seeing 20Mbps to 80Mbps, depending on signal strength and congestion.

  4. I hope they're not more aggressively throttling prepaid customers, that would be a bad sign. I put my plan switch for more data on hold only because there's no mention of "hotspot" on the new plan features page (when compared to my old $50/5GB features on My Verizon webpage, which specifically includes it). I know their press release says something different, but the lack of inclusion on the details gives me pause. I wonder if anybody here has tried hotspot with the new plans and whether it works OK or not.

  5. I'm not seeing the new UI yet on my iPhone.

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