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Verizon's Prepaid Unlimited Plan Costs $60 at Select VIDAPAY Stores

Verizon has unveiled a new prepaid plan called the Verizon Prepaid Unlimited plan and it costs $60 for VIDAPAY customers.

Earlier today, Verizon unveiled this new plan that comes with unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data. It regularly costs $70 but for select VIDAPAY stores, the plan can be purchased for just $60 starting tomorrow, January 24.

You can also enroll the plan in autopay to get a discount of $5 per month. This means that you only have to pay $55 per month for the Prepaid Unlimited plan. There is also a chance to add family members or relatives to the plan. An extra line costs $50.

Taxes and fees are not included in the price of the plan and costs extra. And like all the other plans that come with unlimited data, data prioritization is observed. Verizon has included always-on data prioritization to this plan. This means that during times of network congestion, customers may encounter slower data speeds. Video streaming is also limited to 480p.

As announced, the discount will only be available at select VIDAPAY stores. If you are interested in purchasing this plan, you can find a dealer by entering your location on the Store Locator tool on their website. You may click here to find a dealer near you.

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  1. Never heard of VIDAPAY. Another Verizon hurdle to keep most customers from getting a break on the expensive Verizon plans.

    1. Not a hurdle. There are tons of them throughout the country. Probably tons of dealers in your area too, but I bet you didn't bother to check.

    2. A bunch of ebay sellers are vidapay dealers. Search for verizon SIM and you'll see a lot of Double Data for Life SIMs.

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