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Verizon Prepaid Offering Deal for Plan With 15GB of Data

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Verizon Prepaid is offering a deal that's too hard to miss. If you're looking for a way to save money on your service, this just might be a promotion you'd want to score.

Earlier today, the prepaid brand announced that they will be offering the $50 prepaid plan at a discount and with almost double data. All you have to do is enroll the plan under Auto Pay so you can get $5 off on your monthly plan. This means that you will only pay $45 per month for the plan.

In addition to the discount, enabling Auto Pay on your account will give you almost double data. Instead of the regular 8GB of LTE data included in the plan, you get to enjoy 15GB og high-speed data per month.

But that's not a forever deal.

According to the fine print, the free 7GB of data will only be available until April 30th. Customers, both new and existing, can choose to reactivate or upgrade to Verizon Prepaid's $50 plan so they can get to enjoy the bonus data. This bonus data will then renew every month as long as the customer says on the same plan and continues to enable Auto Pay.

Taxes and fees are not included and cost extra. If you wish to add more lines, you can do it at $30 per month with Auto Pay. 



Source: Verizon Prepaid  

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  1. Worthless promo unless it stays @ 15GB/mo

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  2. For those that have used autopay. Any chance to have the card on file but add a Verizon Refill Pin before the due date so its enough to cover the month? Meaning you have the card on file but you don't have to worry about the money being taken away from that and still have the bonus gigs.

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  3. I pay $60 a month on Metro by T-Mobile & get unlimited up to 35GB a month. No thanks.

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    1. Go ahead stay. Good luck in rural areas.

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  4. I have this plan it does stay at 15 GB long as you don't change the plan or cancel

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  5. No thanks, there's always a catch. You get goat roped into autopay so they can take your money. I like being able to withhold my money if I feel the service sucks.

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    1. But you can always cancel autopay

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