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Verizon Prepaid Offering 4000mAh Smartphone for $70

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Last week, it was revealed that HMD Global would be offering a couple of its new Nokia smartphone models to exclusive carriers. One of those devices, the Nokia 2.1 has landed on U.S. shores and is now available on Verizon Prepaid as the Nokia 2 V.

Considering it's an Android Oreo Go phone, the Nokia 2 V comes as a low-cost device with a basic spec list. It includes a 5.5-inch HD display and runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of onboard storage.

The Nokia 2 V has an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera for selfies. Surprisingly, its 4,000mAh battery is on a par with high-end devices and can last up to two days on standby. Available colors include blue and silver.

Right now, the device can be purchased on Verizon Prepaid for $70. Once you purchase the device, you can pair it up with one of Verizon Prepaid's existing plans:

  • $30 per month plan - includes unlimited U.S. talk and text, unlimited text to over 200 international destinations and 500MB of high speed data
  • $40 per month plan - includes unlimited U.S. talk and text, unlimited text to over 200 international destinations and 3GB of high speed data
  • $50 per month plan - includes unlimited U.S. talk and text, unlimited text to over 200 international destinations and 8GB high speed data + 7GB of bonus data
  • $70 per month plan - includes unlimited U.S. talk and text, unlimited text to over 200 international destinations and unlimited data

You can pick up the device here.


Source: The Verge  



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  1. Their own subsidiary (Visible) sells unlimited data at $40, but they're still charging $30 for 500MB. I mean, this is downright price gouging. Verizon Prepaid has the same depriortization as all other MVNOs. Worse, Visible actually offers financing for high-end phones. Android Go was meant for 3rd world countries and here they are selling it to Americans. Unbelievable.

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    1. I agree with you on everything. However, Visible is capped at 5 Mbps, unlike Verizon Prepaid and the bigger Verizon MVNOs (the Tracfone Wireless companies and Boom Mobile).

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  2. Lol, 2 days on standby? That equates to 2 hours of heavy use. What is with 1gb ram in 2019?

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  3. 1 GB RAM is what my 2012 Android 4.0 Moto Atrix HD had. It still runs for apps on wifi but barely. 1 GB RAM is a crime in 2019 and a means to allow Verizon to sell a new phone yearly to unkowing customers. Sad.

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  4. Unimpressed . I like that it has the 4,0000ma battery but the memory should should be at least 2gb/16gb.

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  5. 1GB RAM and 8GB storage in 2019... Even if its 0 or $50 Mail in rebate, I wont buy such phones.

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  6. Phone snobs flame budget phones without a thought - nothing new. They don't bother to learn that Android Go with lite GMS apps and 1GB RAM can outperform a regular version with the same SoC and 2GB. They won't bother to learn that the 2V can take a 128GB microSD card. Or that the GO OS on 2V is now upgradeable to Pie GO, unlike an e5 play without Oreo Go installed.
    So the 2V with Pie, its larger screen and battery is a better buy than a regular e5-P for many budget buyers.

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