You can now access Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband service with a prepaid plan. The company launched Verizon Prepaid Unlimited, a $ 75 per month option that includes access to its mmWave network. If you need a refresher, Verizon actually offers two forms of 5G: nationwide basic 5G, which is only slightly faster than 4G / LTE, and mmWave, which is more difficult to find but offers considerably higher speeds. As The edge reports, Verizon’s Ultra Wideband network has been available to some postpaid customers, but this is the first time that prepaid people have also accessed it.
According to Verizon, it is possible to reduce the asking price from $ 75 per month to $ 60. If you set up recurring payment under Auto Pay, Verizon will reduce your bill by $ 5 per month after the first three months. If you stay another six months, the network operator will take away an additional $ 5 per month. “Existing Verizon Prepaid customers who switch to the new Unlimited plan (or another prepaid plan with loyalty discounts) can also receive monthly discounts on Verizon Prepaid lines that have already been in service for three to nine months,” said the society. in a press release.