Verizon prepaid customers can now enjoy the carrier’s fastest 5G Ultra Wideband service; however, some extra amount should be paid. But you must know about caveats that should be considered before making the switch.
The new Verizon prepaid unlimited plan offers access to the speedy but rare 5G Ultra Wideband network, which is presently just provided in about 64 cities. You will surely want to check Verizon’s coverage map as here street-level connectivity is our topic.
It also includes the broader 5G Nationwide service of Verizon and is currently available in about 2700 cities. It is only a little faster as compared to 4G LTE. So you don’t really need to get extremely excited. They also plan to include 4G LTE access and hotspot connectivity.
Here, it is necessary to know that a 5G compatible device must access Verizon’s speedier networks.
It will cost you $75 monthly though you can get $5 taken off the top by signing up for autopay. Verizon after three months of service, will cut an extra $5 and another extra five bucks after nine months of service.
So actually, after just nine months of payments with all of the discounts, you can pay for the service as less as just $60 per month.
This new plan of Verizon is offered for new and existing customers. Interested parties can visit the official website of Verizon to sign up.