ALLSET – prepaid Verizon plan available from March 2nd
New prepaid plan by Verizon called ALLSET to launch on March 2nd
It is time for a change and this time it seems that Verizon are again on the frontline. It seems that the company will be putting out new prepaid rates named ALLSET. Designed neatly for only basic phones and smartphones, these 3G plans are “destined” to provide no limits on data and no surprise overages. Verizon is seriously targeting the prepaid preferring customers.
They start at $45 a month but there are some special extras that can modify the price per month. But first things first, for $45 you get 500MB, 500 minutes and unlimited texts. If you have feature phone, you can get this easily. If you want more, we go one step further, where BRIDGE DATA comes in play.
BRIDGE DATA is a special data option from Verizon along with the ALLSET prepaid plan, which can provide you with 3 GB extra data for $20 more. What is more, for $65 you get 3.5 GB data with unlimited talk and text but the data is not reset at the end of the month.
The 1 GB and 3 GB BRIDGE DATA options have a lifespan of 3 months, which means if you spend $65 you have 3.5 GB data but you can use it over the whole 3 month period. To the initial $45 for the basic ALLSET plan you can add 500MB, which costs $5, 1 GB, which costs $10 and 3GB, which cost $20. However, the option to spread your data usage over 3 months is available only for the 1GB plan and the 3GB plan.
Finally, you can buy up to two BRIDGE DATA Extras within one full plan cycle, which translates to $85 and 6.5 GB of data available for 3 months. Not at all a bad deal for people preferring prepaid plans. ALLSET will be available from March 2nd.