Verizon’s ALLSET pre-paid plans will support 4G LTE devices beginning tomorrow, the company announced today.
Currently, ALLSET plans cost a little more than T-Mobile’s options, and don’t support devices with 4G LTE capability, leaving ALLSET users doomed to use sub-par smartphones. With the addition of 4G LTE support to the company’s ALLSET plans tomorrow, a whole slew of new devices will be available for pre-paid Verizon customers. Some of the devices include the LG G2, Moto X, Samsung Galaxy S4, S5 and the HTC One M7. You won’t have to purchase one from Verizon, either – any Verizon 4G LTE device can be used.
ALLSET plans currently include unlimited talk, text and 500MB of data for $45 a month. From there, data charges go up $5 for every 500MB, or customers can purchase BRIDGE DATA for a better data solution. 1GB of BRIDGE DATA costs $10, while 3GB runs $20. BRIDGE DATA expires 90 days after purchase.
With the addition of 4G LTE to the ALLSET plans, Verizon’s pre-paid offerings are looking a lot more enticing.