Verizon Wireless Prepaid Review - Plans, Phones, Prepaid, Pros and Cons

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                  Verizon Wireless Prepaid Review - Plans, Phones, Prepaid, Pros and Cons
                                                          By Christophe Catesson



   Company Overview

 Verizon Wireless prides itself in being the most profitable mobile carrier in the US. Based in Basking
Ridge, New Jersey, it has a strong population of about 70 million customers. Its customer loyalty and
low churn are notable as it continues to expand its network coverage across the country.

Prepaid Plans

 Verizon Wireless has three INpulse plans that cater to your prepaid needs. The Core plan costs 10
cents per minute and the daily access charge is only 99 cents. You only pay this access charge on the
days you use the service and IN calling, calling between Verizon phones, is unlimited. The INpulse
Plus has a daily access charge of $1.99 on the days you use the phone. It includes unlimited IN calling
and night minutes from 9:01 pm to 5:59 am. All other calls have a rate of 5 cents per minute. The
Power plan is for $2.99 and it offers unlimited calls anytime of the day.

Pros and Cons

 The INpulse plan gives a lot of savings especially if you choose the Power plan which allows unlimited
calling for only $2.99 per day of use. But while many other providers do not charge an activation fee,
activating a Verizon Wireless phone costs $25.

Features

Minutes

 The rate per minute depends on the Inpulse plan that you subscribe to. The standard charge is 10
cents and it is available with the Core plan. But if you choose the highest plan which is the Inpulse
Power, you get to have unlimited calling anytime at no additional charge.

Data

Mobile web access rate is 99 cents on the days you use this service.

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Text and picture

 The Core plan charges 10 cents per message sent and received. The Plus plan rates at 5 cents and
the Power plan charges only 2 cents. The same charges apply when receiving international text
messages but sending costs 25 cents. There are two options for unlimited messaging: $20 per month
which includes unlimited messaging to any network in the US and $10 per month for unlimited
messaging to any Verizon Wireless phones plus 250 text messages to any network. Sending pictures
and videos has a rate of 25 cents per message.

International

 Verizon Wireless covers international calling. This charges an additional rate on top of the per minute
rate of your INpulse plan. You may call customer service to check the international calling rates to
specific countries. Calling Puerto Rico has no additional charge.

Calling Features

 The Verizon Wireless INpulse plans include standard calling features: call waiting, three-way calling,
call forwarding and caller ID.

Long distance

 Verizon has a nationwide coverage that allows calling to anywhere in the US and even Puerto Rico at
no additional charge.

911

Yes.

Payment Options

 You can purchase refill cards online using your credit/debit card or check. Cash payment is an
additional option when purchasing at Verizon retailers.

Roaming charge

 In areas where there is no Verizon signal, you can roam at a rate of 20 cents per minute on top of the
casual airtime charges.

Activation fee

Activating the Pay As You Go service may require a $25 activation fee.

Minute expiration rules

 The service period vary depending on the denomination of the refill card you purchase: $15-$29.99
expires in 30 days, $30-$74.99 expires in 60 days, $75-$99.99 expires in 90 days and $100 or more
lasts for up to one year.

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Customer Service

 You may reach the Verizon Wireless customer service through email, toll-free number or speed dial
from your handset.

Phones

 Verizon Wireless offers a wide range of phone selections from regular flip phones to touch screen
phones to PDAs and Blackberry devices. Some models include the Blackberry Pearl 8130, Blackberry
8830 World Edition, Motorola Q, Palm Centro and the LG Voyager.

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                                      Prepaid Cell Phones Are the Wave of the Future
                                                                 By Tim Whiston



For a variety of reasons consumers are shifting their focus from monthly contract plans to prepaid cell
phone service. This shift seems to be about control and freedom first, and saving money second.

It’s true that prepaid wireless service is typically less expensive than postpaid monthly plan rates.
Especially when you consider the fact that 20% of all minutes on contract plans go unused month to
month.

 Also, the average contract plan’s monthly bill is at least 20% higher than what customers were told
point of sale. With prepaid cell phone service there are no surprises and no hidden charges.

 Prepaid cell phone services allow the user to pay only for the airtime minutes and text messages that
are actually used. And it’s easy to load an account with exactly what you need, rather than having to
pick between multiple plans that may not cater to your exact usage habits.

 Some advocates of privacy also point out that GPS tracking systems in cell phones are an invasion of
personal freedom. With prepaid service a user is not tied down to the same handset and can easily
switch phones for free.

 Also today prepaid cell phone users can choose from a wide range of brand name handset models.
Motorolla, Nokia, and other top-of-the-line phones are available through many prepaid wireless
providers and in many cases for free!

In recent years prepaid cell phone services was reserved for people with bad credit and low financial
means. No longer is this the case at all.

 The plain and simple truth is people are getting tired of being pushed around by the major wireless
companies. Consumers have had it with unfair contract terms, hidden costs, and outrageous monthly
bills.

 Over 60% of the world’s cell phone users are on some form of prepaid plan. So quite officially, most
people on this planet who use wireless phones have walked away from postpaid contract plans.

 It’s actually reasonable to speculate that contract plans could go away altogether over the course of
the next five years. Or perhaps they’ll become an eccentric novelty service that caters to the affluent
consumer with so much disposable income he or she isn’t even worried about losing money.

Who can say for sure? But one thing is absolutely certain:

 More people every day are dumping their contracts and turning to prepaid cell phone services. At the
current rate of growth it’s reasonable to expect the prepaid wireless industry to have 75% of the world
wireless market share in less than a decade.

 Even now almost all traditional wireless services are bringing pay as you go plans to the forefront of
their marketing efforts. Companies like Alltel, Verizon, and AT&T all offer prepaid service at the time of


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this writing.

 However the majority of consumers who use prepaid service prefer companies that specialize in pay
as you go. Net 10, Tracfone, and Virgin Mobile all rate extremely high on consumer Websites and
these companies normally offer rates and plans that are much more affordable than any of the prepaid
offers made by standard contract wireless services.

 The next five years will be interesting to watch. With Verizon already buying Alltel and Cingular
becoming AT&T, what big changes will come next and how much of what lies ahead will be shaped by
the migration toward prepaid service?

Visit the author’s site to learn more about prepaid cell phone service and to find out how you can get a
free phone with 300 minutes of airtime. http://cellphoneserviceprepaid.com




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