According to a new report, Verizon may soon launch 4G LTE services for its prepaid customers, who are stuck on 3G, which doesn’t provide users with the best possible experience on the carriers, CDMA network.
Droid-life reports, citing their source, that Verizon may launch LTE services for its prepaid ALLSET plan as early as July 17th to compete in the competitive market.
Once the services is officially announced, customers will be able to find sign-up through Verizon’s website, direct/indirect channels, and by calling customer service.
Starting this month, prepaid ALLSET plan could offer users with unlimited talk time and 500MB of data for just $45. If that’s too low for you, Verizon also offers monthly buckets at 500MB for $5, 1GB for $10, or 3GB for $20.
There’s no word if the speed of the 4G LTE will be throttled or if the price of the ALLSET prepaid plan will remain the same, or if it will change. If it’s true, Verizon will also offer devices which can be activated on its prepaid pricing, but let’s just wait for an official word from the Big Red.
We’ll definitely find out about this when the time arrives. Stay tuned, we’ll update you as soon as we get any information about it.
Source: Droid-LifeFiled Under: Technology News, Top News