Verizon Wireless launches prepaid wireless plans
Verizon Wireless now launched two new prepaid plans with minor valuing for smartphone users as the firm ramps up race in the pay as you go phone market.
The new plans start at $60 a month for endless talk and text and 500MB of data or $70 for 2GB of data in adding to endless talk and texts.
Before, Verizon Wireless prepaid plan cost $80 a month for 2GB of data and endless talk and texts.
The clasp is the plan only covers 3G phones that run on the Android, BlackBerry, or iOS methods. That take in the Samsung Illusion, HTC Droid Incredible 2, and best BlackBerry models.
Verizon Wireless has long open prepaid plans, but it relics a lesser part of the firm’s trade. In adding, experts say Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile have been losing sales of prepaid smartphones to the likes of Sprint’s Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile, as well as Metro PCS.
Giving to a report from NPD in Nov, third – sector prepaid smartphone sales for the minor carriers rose 23 % over the prior sector. But sales among the tier one carriers fell by 12 % over the same retro. That’s because the minor players won over clients by offering minor fees and a larger choice of prepaid phones, NPD said.
Then, NPD noted that AT&T and Verizon Wireless have both led less classy prepaid aids, and Verizon has extended its prepaid smartphone roster. But the firm asked whether the steps have been “too little, too late.”