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Loyalty discounts

$5/mo loyalty discount applies after 3 months of service; additional $5/mo applies after 9 months of service, for a total of $10/mo on plans $40 or higher. Discount applies as long as your line is not disconnected.

Auto Pay discount

Auto Pay discount of $5/mo available after 1st month for all plans. Credit or Debit card required.

5G Nationwide

5G Nationwide available in 2,+ cities. 5G Nationwide access requires a 5G Nationwide-capable device.

Mobile Hotspot

Mobile Hotspot and tethering available on the Unlimited Plan for $5/mo. Includes 10 GB of 5G Nationwide / 4G LTE data, then speeds up to Kbps the remainder of the month. Your data experience and functionality of some data applications such as streaming video or audio may be impacted.

Unlimited calling

Enjoy unlimited calling within the US and to Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, and the US Virgin Islands

Unlimited texting

Unlimited texting within the US and to over international destinations. See countries

Coverage while traveling outside of the US

Unlimited calls, text and data from Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.

4G or 5G World Device required. International data reduced to 2G speeds after GB/day. If more than 50% of your talk, text or data usage in a day period is in Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico or US Virgin Island, use of services in those destinations may be removed or limited.

Data speeds

DVD-quality streaming (up to p) on smartphones. In times of congestion, your data may be temporarily slower than other traffic.

Device types

You can have a total of 10 smartphones, tablets or Jetpacks on your Prepaid Family Account.

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* Complete the topics listed below which you feel can best help you get started with your new smartphone.�

The first step to getting started on your new phone actually begins on your old phone. Prior to turning on and activating your new phone, back up your contacts and media on your old phone using Verizon Cloud or Backup AssistantSM Plus.

Verizon Cloud is a secure cloud storage service that you can use to wirelessly back up and sync content between multiple devices. Each line on The MORE Everything Plan can get 25 GB of storage.

Learn more about using Verizon Cloud >

If your device is not yet compatible with Verizon Cloud, you can use Backup Assistant Plus to back up your contacts and media.

Learn more about using Backup Assistant Plus >

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Activating your new smartphone is a necessary step to get started. Here are a few things you can do to ensure the activation process is simple and seamless:

  1. Turn off your old phone prior to turning on and activating your new phone.
  2. Fully charge your new phone before starting the activation process.
  3. Determine if your new phone requires a SIM card. The SIM card may already be installed or you may need to insert it into the SIM card tray on your new phone. For instructions on installing a SIM card, visit your phone's Interactive Simulator.
  4. Follow the activation instructions that came with your new phone.
  5. Use Verizon Cloud or Backup Assistant Plus to restore contacts and media on your new phone.

Learn more about activating your phone >

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Your new smartphone can access multiple web-based email accounts including Gmail™, Outlook®, Yahoo!® Mail and AOL® Mail. Setup can be as simple as tapping your phone's email app and entering your login information.

Note: Setup can vary based on phone and email client. Email apps often contain settings that let you choose how often new emails are pushed to your phone and how you'll be notified when a new email arrives.

For instructions on email setup, visit your phone's Interactive Simulator.

Learn more about activating your phone >

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One of the most exciting features of your new smartphone is customizing it with apps. Choose from a huge selection to fill a variety of needs, like increasing your productivity, improving your health, tracking daily tasks and playing simple and complex games.

You can search for, browse, review, purchase and download apps by visiting:

  • Google Play™ Store on Android™ phones
  • Apple® App Store on iOS phones
  • Windows® Phone Store on Windows phones
  • BlackBerry World™ on BlackBerry® phones

For further instructions on downloading apps, visit your phone's Interactive Simulator.

Need app ideas? Explore our recommended apps for each operating system.

Complete Step

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Data is what lets your phone to stream music, play videos and send emails on the go. Different apps and activities will use varying amounts of data, and it's important to monitor your data usage and keep it within your monthly limit.

Our Data Calculator can help you estimate how much data you need based on your device activity. You can track your data usage in My Verizon, and on your device with My Verizon Mobile.

To help conserve your data usage:

  • Connect to Wi-Fi for data heavy activities like streaming music or video.
  • Turn on settings that alert you to switch to Wi-Fi if attempting data heavy activities.

Learn more about monitoring data usage >

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Your phone can do everything a traditional GPS unit can and more. Using GPS and a navigation app, your new phone can show you where you are and tell you how to get to your destination, as well as help you discover things around you like restaurants, shopping and entertainment. Two popular navigation apps are VZ Navigator® and Google Maps™.

For instructions on using VZ Navigator and Google Maps, visit your phone's Interactive Simulator.

Learn more about VZ Navigator >

Complete Step

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Bluetooth is a wireless networking technology that lets you connect your phone to other wireless devices such as headsets, speakers, headphones, fitness bands and even other phones.

To pair with a Bluetooth device:

  1. Turn your phone's Bluetooth on.
  2. Make sure the other Bluetooth device is in discover mode.
  3. Select the appropriate Bluetooth accessory.
  4. Enter your PIN number, if requested.

Note: Common manufacturer-set PINs are and

Once a Bluetooth accessory has been paired with your phone, it can be used with the phone, without the need for re-pairing, assuming the appropriate profile exists for the required service.

Learn more about Bluetooth and pairing >

Complete Step

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If your new phone has hotspot capabilities, you can create your own personal Wi-Fi network to connect and share your data with multiple Wi-Fi enabled devices. When you�re on the go, connect your laptop, tablet or other devices to your phone and have Internet access. Mobile Hotspot is an included feature of The MORE Everything Plan.

For instructions on enabling Mobile Hotspot, visit your phone's Interactive Simulator.

Complete Step

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Most smartphones are powered by a rechargeable, standard Li-Ion battery. With proper care, and by adjusting a few settings on your phone, you can easily prolong your battery�s life and extend time between charges.

To maximize battery life:

  • Keep your battery cool.
  • Recharge your battery using the smart charger that came with your phone.
  • Adjust the brightness on your screen to the lowest comfortable level.
  • Turn off battery draining features including Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS and live wallpapers.
  • Close apps when you�re not using them to keep them from running in the background.

Learn more about battery usage >

To troubleshoot battery issues, visit your phone's Troubleshooting Assistant.

Complete Step

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Need more help with your new smartphone? There are additional support resources accessible from your phone, online and from your local Verizon store.

Mobile Resources:

Online Support:

In-store:

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Verizon prepaid buyer's guide: Pricing, plans, and more

Edgar Cervantes / Android Authority

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If you’ve ever thought about switching to prepaid service, Verizon is a great way to go. Big Red’s prepaid plans are quickly becoming one of the best parts of the entire network. Verizon is still the largest carrier in the US with over million subscribers, and its prepaid plans take advantage of the large, nationwide network without many of the high costs.

See also: Best Verizon deals

As you work your way through this page, we’ll do our best to explain your pre-paid options. We’ll also highlight some of the best devices you can try on Verizon’s prepaid network. If you’d rather have some of the perks of MVNOs, we’ve included a few to choose from as well. Ready to learn all about your potential future carrier? Let’s get started.

Verizon at a glance

Big Red has existed in one form or another for decades — but it hasn’t always been called Verizon Wireless. The carrier many people rely on today launched in as a joint venture between Bell Atlantic and Vodafone of the UK. It’s no longer Better Business Bureau accredited and carries just over a one-star rating. Verizon is also one of the most complained about carriers with the BBB, closing a whopping 22, issues in the last three years.

Verizon’s massive 4G LTE network extends into all 50 states, and the carrier has claimed the Root Metric reliability award for the last 13 years — in a row. Its 4G coverage reaches more than million Americans, and its 5G coverage is available in parts of 35 major cities. Luckily, Verizon’s prepaid plans now include Nationwide 5G access, though you’ll have to pay extra for Ultra-Wideband support.

For a better picture of Verizon’s coverage, head on over to its product map. 

Pre-paid Verizon plans

Basic Phone5GB Prepaid15GB PrepaidUnlimited PrepaidVerizon Prepaid plus 5G Ultra Wideband
Cost

Basic Phone:

$35 per line

5GB Prepaid:

$40 per line

15GB Prepaid:

$50 per line

Unlimited Prepaid:

$65 per line

Verizon Prepaid plus 5G Ultra Wideband:

$75 per line
Talk & Text

Basic Phone:

Unlimited

5GB Prepaid:

Unlimited

15GB Prepaid:

Unlimited

Unlimited Prepaid:

Unlimited

Verizon Prepaid plus 5G Ultra Wideband:

Unlimited
High Speed Data

Basic Phone:

Talk & Text Only

5GB Prepaid:

5GB 4G LTE or 5G Nationwide then 2G

15GB Prepaid:

15GB 4G LTE or 5G Nationwide then 2G

Unlimited Prepaid:

Unlimited 4G LTE or 5G Nationwide

Verizon Prepaid plus 5G Ultra Wideband:

Unlimited with 5G Ultra-Wideband
Hotspot

Basic Phone:

Not Available

5GB Prepaid:

Included up to data cap

15GB Prepaid:

Included up to data cap

Unlimited Prepaid:

Available for $5 per month

Verizon Prepaid plus 5G Ultra Wideband:

10GB of 4G LTE or 5G Nationwide
Calls to Mexico and Canada

Basic Phone:

Available for $5 per month

5GB Prepaid:

Available for $5 per month

15GB Prepaid:

Included

Unlimited Prepaid:

Included

Verizon Prepaid plus 5G Ultra Wideband:

Included
Loyalty Discount

Basic Phone:

Not Available

5GB Prepaid:

Save $5 per month after 3 months
Save $10 per month after 9 months

15GB Prepaid:

Save $5 per month after 3 months
Save $10 per month after 9 months

Unlimited Prepaid:

Save $5 per month after 3 months
Save $10 per month after 9 months

Verizon Prepaid plus 5G Ultra Wideband:

Save $5 per month after 3 months
Save $10 per month after 9 months

Basic pre-paid

It may be hard to believe, but not everyone needs a data plan with their phone. Verizon’s Basic prepaid option offers just talk and text and costs just $30 per month with autopay. There’s no option to add data, which means there’s no mobile hotspot, but it also means you never have to worry about going over a data cap.

For just $5 per month, you can add calling from the US to Canada and Mexico, and another $5 per day you use the service will grant calls and texts while you’re in our North American neighbor countries. Basic prepaid is built for a particular set of customers, but it’s a great way to save some money.

Highlights:

  • Unlimited talk and text
  • International service from $5 per month
  • No data

Best for:

  • Users who want to save money and don’t need data.

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5GB pre-paid

Once you add data to the mix, it might relieve you to see that Verizon skips the cute plan names. Instead of figuring out what’s in a name, you can instantly see just how much data you’re working with. For example, this 5GB prepaid plan comes with 5GB of 4G LTE or 5G Nationwide data. Better yet, you can use as much of that data as you want for a full-speed hotspot.

In addition to the $5 autopay discount, the 5GB prepaid plan is the first to introduce Verizon’s loyalty incentives. After you keep your plan for just three months, you can save an extra $5 per month. Nine months on the network knocks off another $5 per month for a total of $15 off with autopay.

Highlights:

  • Loyalty discount after three months
  • Unlimited talk and text
  • 5GB of 4G LTE data
  • Mobile hotspot with a data cap

Best for:

  • Users who need some data, but mainly stay on wi-fi
  • Users who plan to stay with the network for loyalty discounts

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15GB pre-paid

For just $10 more per month, you can triple your data cap to 15GB and triple your hotspot as well. Of course, your hotspot feeds from your total data cap, but it should still be plenty. At just $45 per month, you’ll get unlimited talk and text, and calls to Canada and Mexico are included at no extra cost.

You can enjoy the same autopay and loyalty discounts as before, making the 15GB prepaid plan a slightly better value than the 5GB option.

Highlights:

  • Loyalty discount after three months
  • Calling to Canada and Mexico included
  • 15GB of 4G LTE or 5G Nationwide data
  • Mobile hotspot with a data cap

Best for:

  • Users who call Canada and Mexico frequently
  • On-the-go users who need hotspot access

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Unlimited pre-paid

The last Verizon plan on the menu gives you a taste of unlimited data at a prepaid rate. It’s the second most expensive at $65 per month before any discounts, but unlimited data is tough to beat. The unlimited prepaid plan might be your best option for North American travel, too, as talk, text, and data in Canada and Mexico are included at no extra charge.

Unfortunately, the same can’t be said about the mobile hotspot. You’ll have to chip in an extra $5 per month to enjoy tethering and data wherever you go with up to 10GB of 4G and 5G Nationwide data followed by Kbps speeds thereafter. It’s more sensible than getting a standalone hotspot, but it makes the unlimited sound, well — limited.

Highlights:

  • Unlimited talk, text, and data
  • Talk, text, and data in Canada and Mexico
  • Mobile hotspot for $5 per month

Best for:

  • Users who don’t want to worry about data limits
  • Users who plan to spend time in Canada or Mexico

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Unlimited pre-paid plus 5G Ultra-Wideband

If unlimited data isn’t enough, and you want even more speed at your fingertips, Verizon has finally added 5G Ultra-Wideband data to the mix. The plan will run you $75 per month before any loyalty discounts, but it’s the best way to take advantage of Verizon’s power. It truly offers the best aspects of Verizon’s unlimited prepaid plan, and it skips a few of the flaws, too.

For starters, you actually get a mobile hotspot baked into your cost. You’ll only get 10GB of data to work with, but that’s better than paying extra.

If you’re set on joining Verizon’s prepaid service, the 15GB and Unlimited plans are your best bets. Most users will have no trouble staying under the 15GB cap, and you won’t have to pay anything extra for a mobile hotspot. The unlimited prepaid plan is the best for your money if you’re a heavy-duty data user. You’ll have to pay a bit extra for a hotspot, but you can use it as much as you want.

When it comes to international service, the unlimited plan edges out the 15GB plan. It includes data, talk, and text in Canada and Mexico, while that perk is $5 per month with limited data plans. There’s a good chance you won’t need the Ultra-Wideband 5G access either, as it only offers support in select cities.

Verizon Prepaid vs the competition

If you really want to decide on the right carrier, you’ll have to pit the best options against one another. We’ve set Verizon’s prepaid unlimited plan against AT&T and T-Mobile’s prepaid options. Our table also includes Visible for good measure as it’s a Verizon-owned subsidiary. You can learn more about all of the plans at the US’s Best prepaid and no-contract plans.

Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plus (T-Mobile)Prepaid Unlimited Plus (AT&T)Prepaid Unlimited (Verizon)Visible
Cost

Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plus (T-Mobile):

$60 for one line
$90 for two lines
$ for three lines
$ for four lines

Prepaid Unlimited Plus (AT&T):

$75 per line

Prepaid Unlimited (Verizon):

$65 per line

Visible:

$40 per line
As low as $25 with Party Pay
Talk and Text

Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plus (T-Mobile):

Unlimited

Prepaid Unlimited Plus (AT&T):

Unlimited

Prepaid Unlimited (Verizon):

Unlimited

Visible:

Unlimited
Data

Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plus (T-Mobile):

Unlimited
5G Access

Prepaid Unlimited Plus (AT&T):

Unlimited up to 22GB 4G LTE
5G Access

Prepaid Unlimited (Verizon):

Unlimited

Visible:

Unlimited
Hotspot

Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plus (T-Mobile):

Up to 10GB 4G LTE

Prepaid Unlimited Plus (AT&T):

Up to 10GB 4G LTE

Prepaid Unlimited (Verizon):

Up to 10GB 4G LTE for $5 per month

Visible:

Unlimited
Streaming

Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plus (T-Mobile):

Standard Definition (p)

Prepaid Unlimited Plus (AT&T):

High Definition (p)

Prepaid Unlimited (Verizon):

Standard Definition (p)

Visible:

Standard Definition (p)
International

Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plus (T-Mobile):

Available for $5 to $15 per month

Prepaid Unlimited Plus (AT&T):

Unlimited talk and text to Mexico and Canada
Roaming in Mexico and Canada
Unlimited text to over countries

Prepaid Unlimited (Verizon):

Unlimited calls to Mexico and Canada
Calls, texts, and data in Canada and Mexico
Unlimited texts to over countries

Visible:

Not available
Extras

Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plus (T-Mobile):

Music Unlimited

Prepaid Unlimited Plus (AT&T):

Save $25 with autopay

Prepaid Unlimited (Verizon):

Save with a loyalty discount

Visible:

None

AT&T Prepaid

The best Verizon Prepaid competition comes from the second-largest US carrier, AT&T. Big Blue’s service is the most expensive at $75 per month, but that price falls to just $50 with autopay. For your money, you get unlimited 4G LTE data and 5G access, and 10GB of hotspot access.

AT&T Prepaid is the way to go if you want to stream your favorite shows too. You can watch in HD quality, just as long as you have stream saver turned off. The Unlimited Plus plan even includes talk, text, roaming in Mexico and Canada, and texting to countries.

Highlights:

  • Save $25 per month with autopay
  • Unlimited data and 5G access included
  • International texting to countries

Get the Unlimited Plus plan

T-Mobile Prepaid

T-Mobile’s prepaid service is another affordable Verizon alternative, and it’s another option with 5G access included. You’ll only be able to stream at p, and international service costs an extra $5 to $15 per month. It’s a great option if you plan on sticking to domestic data, and each line gets 10GB of a hotspot and unlimited 4G LTE.

One of the biggest selling points for T-Mobile’s prepaid service is the savings. The first line costs $60, but each additional line of service costs just $30 more.

Highlights:

  • 10GB hotspot included
  • Each additional line costs $30
  • Add-ons available

Get the Simply Prepaid Unlimited Plan

Visible

If you’re dead-set on Verizon’s service, Visible takes a slightly different approach. It’s not technically an MVNO as it’s a wholly-owned Verizon subsidiary. There’s just one plan to choose from, and it offers unlimited talk, text, and data. Like the true Verizon prepaid plans, Visible now offers 5G access as part of its plan. You also can finally call internationally to Canada and Mexico.

Visible’s service regularly costs $40 per month, but you and as many friends as you want can drop it to just $25 with Party Pay. Each of you is billed individually, and late payments won’t impact the others, but you’ll all save money. If you have some family and friends you’d like to bring to the network, you can refer up to one per month and each of you will pay just $5 for your service.

Highlights:

  • One simple plan
  • Hotspot and unlimited data included
  • Save big with Party Pay

Get the Visible plan

Other MVNOs that run on Verizon’s network

So you want prepaid service and Verizon’s great network, but you don’t necessarily want to deal with Verizon directly. Visible is one of your best options, as we mentioned before. However, there are several other MVNOs to consider too. Check out our table for quick information about some of our favorites:

US MobileRed PocketPagePlusTotal WirelessVisible
Cost

US Mobile:

Build your own with talk, text, and data for as little as $5 per month
Unlimited from $40 per month

Red Pocket:

Limited plans as low as $10 per month
Unlimited plans for $60 per month

PagePlus:

Limited plans as low as $12 per month
Unlimited plans for $55 per month

Total Wireless:

1 line starts at $ for 1GB 4G LTE data
1 line up to $ for 25GB 4G LTE data

Visible:

$40 per month
As low as $25 with Party Pay
Talk & Text

US Mobile:

Starts at 75 minutes for $2
Starts at 50 texts for $

Red Pocket:

$10 plan includes texts and minutes
Plans above $15 include unlimited talk and text

PagePlus:

minutes talk and texts for $12
Unlimited for all other plans

Total Wireless:

Unlimited

Visible:

Unlimited
Data

US Mobile:

Starts at 50MB for $

Red Pocket:

Starts at MB for $10
Unlimited data for $60

PagePlus:

MB for $12
3GB 4G LTE for $30
8GB 4G LTE for $40
Unlimited for $55

Total Wireless:

up to 25GB high-speed data

Visible:

Unlimited
Hotspot

US Mobile:

Add 10GB to the Unlimited All plan for $5

Red Pocket:

Hotspot available

PagePlus:

Not available

Total Wireless:

Up to 10GB on plans above $50

Visible:

Unlimited
International

US Mobile:

Up to 10GB for Unlimited plans

Red Pocket:

Free calls to 80 countries

PagePlus:

Plans above $12 include $10 international calling card

Total Wireless:

$10 global calling card available

Visible:

Not available
Extras

US Mobile:

Pick your subscription perks with 2, 3, and 4 line plans
5G access available

Red Pocket:

Free SIM card

PagePlus:

Video streams at DVD quality

Total Wireless:

Earn rewards points that can be used to pay for service

Visible:

Save with Party Pay

US Mobile

US Mobile is a unique Verizon MVNO in that you can build your plan just how you like it. In fact, everyone in your entire family can customize a plan. You pick your talk, text, and data, and US Mobile gives you a price. There’s even an unlimited plan that costs just $40 per month. The unlimited plan offers your choice of subscription services for free with 2, 3, and 4 line plans.

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Red Pocket

You may not be as familiar with Red Pocket, but it’s an effective way to save money, thanks to its variety of plans. There are plenty of limited service options to choose from, all the way up to unlimited access. Red Pocket actually runs on all of the Big Three networks, but you’ll lock into a carrier when you sign up.

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PagePlus

PagePlus is similar to Red Pocket, with varying tiers of limited and unlimited service. The pricing structure is about the same, but PagePlus warns on its website about using more than 60GB of data per month. You can also opt for pay-as-you-go minutes, data add-on cards, and international add-on cards.

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Total Wireless

Total Wireless has many single-line and family plans, and each includes unlimited talk and text. The data is unlimited as well, though you have to pay more for unlimited high-speed access. Total’s basic unlimited plans offer just 1GB of high-speed data before you fall back down to 2G speeds.

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Visible

We’ve already talked about Visible in the previous section on competition, but it offers one plan at one price. You can save with Party Pay, and unlimited talk, text, and data are included. There’s finally a little bit of international access, and you can read about our own experiences with Visible in the review right here.

Get the Visible plan

What phones can you use on Verizon Prepaid?

David Imel / Android Authority

Verizon’s prepaid plans support nearly all of Big Red’s post-paid devices. If you can think of it, there’s a decent chance that it works on the network. From the Samsung Galaxy S21 family to the Motorola Moto G Power and even the iPhone If you want a full rundown of options, take a peek at our list of the best Verizon phones. Of course, some phones are specifically built with Verizon’s prepaid network in mind, and you can find them here.

It’s also pretty easy to bring your own device to the Verizon network — at least as long as it’s a CDMA phone that supports all Verizon’s bands. 

See also: The best phone phones

What bringing your own device really comes down to is band support. As long as your phone can handle the right ones, you should be in business. Check out the following table for a breakdown of the bands you’ll need to join Big Red:

FrequencyBandNetwork Supported

Frequency:

39GHz

Band:

N

Network Supported:

5G mmWave

Frequency:

28GHz

Band:

N

Network Supported:

5G mmWave

Frequency:

MHz

Band:

2

Network Supported:

2G
3G
4G LTE

Frequency:

MHz/MHz

Band:

4
66

Network Supported:

3G and 4G LTE
4G LTE

Frequency:

MHz

Band:

5

Network Supported:

2G
3G
4G LTE

Frequency:

MHz

Band:

13

Network Supported:

4G LTE

Frequently asked questions

Q: Who owns Verizon?
A: At one point, Bell and Vodafone were among Verizon’s owners. These days Verizon is owned by Verizon Communications, and it is a fully US-based company. 

Q: How do you get Disney Plus with Verizon?
A: Disney Plus is included with select plans, including Play More Unlimited. Basic and prepaid plans do not offer the perk, however. 

Q: How do you unlock a Verizon phone?
A: The great thing about Verizon is you might not have to unlock your phone! Unless it’s a prepaid device or an ancient iPhone 3G World device, Verizon phones are already unlocked for use on other supported carriers. However, we have a complete guide to walk prepaid and 3G World phone users through the unlock process. 

Q: Does Verizon have 5G, and does it cost extra?
A: Yes, Verizon has one of the strongest 5G networks in the US, with at least partial support in over 35 cities. 5G is included with most of Verizon’s plans at no extra cost. 

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Loyalty discounts

$5/mo loyalty discount applies after 3 months of service; additional $5/mo applies after 9 months of service, for a total of $10/mo on plans $40 or higher. Discount applies as long as your line is not disconnected.

Auto Pay discount

Auto Pay discount of $5/mo available after 1st month for all plans. Credit or Debit card required.

5G Nationwide

5G Nationwide available in 2,+ cities. 5G Nationwide access requires a 5G Nationwide-capable device.

Mobile Hotspot

Mobile Hotspot and tethering available on the Unlimited Plan for $5/mo. Includes 10 GB of 5G Nationwide / 4G LTE data, then speeds up to Kbps the remainder of the month. Your data experience and functionality of some data applications such as streaming video or audio may be impacted.

Unlimited calling

Enjoy unlimited calling within the US and to Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, and the US Virgin Islands

Unlimited texting

Unlimited texting within the US and to over international destinations. See countries

Coverage while traveling outside of the US

Unlimited calls, text and data from Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands.

4G or 5G World Device required. International data reduced to 2G speeds after GB/day. If more than 50% of your talk, text or data usage in a day period is in Mexico, Canada, Puerto Rico or US Virgin Island, use of services in those destinations may be removed or limited.

Data speeds

DVD-quality streaming (up to p) on smartphones. In times of congestion, your data may be temporarily slower than other traffic.

Device types

You can have a total of 10 smartphones, tablets or Jetpacks on your Prepaid Family Account.

Sours: https://www.verizon.com/plans/prepaid/
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