Published: Fri, November 09, 2018
Electronics | By Kelly Massey

Cellular launches new pay as you go limitless plan to undercut Verizon

Cellular launches new pay as you go limitless plan to undercut Verizon

Effective immediately, Verizon's pre-paid mobile plans start at just $30 per month, while topping out at $65, instead of $75 per month, previously.

The new prepaid lineup is clearly an improvement for people who want service on what is still considered by many to be the best wireless network in the United States.

T-Mobile quietly announced a new promotion that offers customers a $50 prepaid plan. The company's Metro by T-Mobile - which was formerly known as MetroPCS - offers a $60/month prepaid unlimited plan, as well. "With these enhancements, Verizon Prepaid becomes an even better value for unlimited, plus adds more data and unlimited calling from the Canada and Mexico on the 8 GB plan". That makes it $15 less expensive than Verizon's plan each month, which adds up to a substantial $180 annually. Verizon's unlimited prepaid plan doesn't include any tethering.

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This isn't T-Mobile's only unlimited plan.

As we've seen so many times in the past when wireless carriers introduce new lower-cost or limited-time offers on their products and service, Verizon's new offerings were quickly (and strategically) undercut by T-Mobile - one of its fiercest competitors in the USA mobile market. At the time, the plan cost $80. Subscribers will "typically" get 480p video resolutions when streaming over mobile data; they'll also be limited to 3G network speeds when tethered. All of our smartphone plans include unlimited USA talk & text and worldwide text to more than 200 destinations.

More information is available on T-Mobile's website.

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