Today is a pretty big day for Verizon. The Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet and LG G3 went on sale and now their new ALLSET plans which brings 4G LTE to their prepaid plans, goes live as well. We've been hearing about their new ALLSET plans for a few weeks now and the carrier confirmed it earlier this week, stating it would begin on July 17th, which is today. There's not much new to these plans, but the big thing is that Verizon prepaid subscribers can finally get 4G LTE. Up until this point, they were stuck with just 3G, which their 3G network has been deteriorating pretty fast.
With these new ALLSET plans you can get unlimited talk and text with 500MB of data for just $45/month. But for a limited time, when you sign up you can get 1GB for that same price. Now that might not seem all that fantastic, but this is Verizon we're talking about. The ones with the best network. You can also add an additional 500MB for just $5/month. Customers looking to take advantage of the new ALLSET plans can choose from any smartphone Verizon already offers. This means you can buy a Samsung Galaxy S5, HTC One M8 or the LG G3 and put it on prepaid, quick and easily. Once more, ALLSET also includes XLTE and not just 4G LTE, so you'll likely run through that data cap pretty quickly. You can do this both online and in their stores.
It's great to see Verizon beginning to get competitive with their prepaid plans, as that market has been booming in the past few years. Especially for GSM carriers like T-Mobile and AT&T. But that's mainly from the Nexus lineup and the Moto G, since they are so cheap, people are going prepaid now. How many of you are interested in the ALLSET plans from Verizon?