Just over a month ago, Verizon made a bunch of tweaks to their prepaid line-up that were both somewhat confusing, as they were billed bi-monthly, and also not very good deals. Today, they’ve changed them all again to much more traditional monthly billing cycles, plus they included options for bonus data.
The new plans lock in at $60, $45, and $30 per month. The $60 plan has 3GB of data, but you can up that to 4GB, thanks to a bonus 1GB of data if you sign-up for autopay. Same goes for the $45 plan, which starts at 1GB, but can also be bumped up an additional 1GB to 2GB with autopay. The $30 plan doesn’t include a data package.
Verizon also opened up a couple of new “basic” phone plans for non-smartphones at $30 and $15 per month. The $30 plan includes unlimited talk, text, and mobile web. The $15 plan has 300 voice minutes, texts or multimedia messages, plus unlimited mobile web.
The plans are live now.