Verizon’s Prepaid Data Package for 3G Devices

Verizon Wireless has announced it will be expanding its portfolio of prepaid offerings to include a new 3G Prepaid data package. It will let customers access unlimited data on select 3G smartphones and multimedia phones for $30 monthly access. 

Multimedia phone customers also have the option of selecting a new $10 monthly data package for 25 MB per month ($.20/MB overage).  These new prepaid data packages will be available in Verizon Wireless Communications Store immediately and online at beginning Sept. 28.

“These new data offerings will help our prepaid customers experience the full breadth of Verizon Wireless’ robust device portfolio and the many engaging, informative and helpful applications that depend on a data plan,” said Jim Sullivan, director of marketing for Verizon Wireless.

“Our prepaid customers will now have the freedom to enjoy all of the capabilities that these phones have to offer, while controlling costs and without being tied to a contract.”

The 3G smartphones covered under the offer include:

  • BlackBerry Curve 8330
  • BlackBerry Curve 8530
  • BlackBerry Storm 9530
  • BlackBerry Storm2 9550
  • BlackBerry Tour 9630
  • BlackBerry Bold 9650
  • Palm Pre Plus
  • Palm Pixi Plus
  • DROID by Motorola
  • Motorola DEVOUR
  • DROID X by Motorola
  • DROID 2 by Motorola
  • DROID Eris by HTC
  • DROID Incredible by HTC
  • LG Ally

And 3G multimedia phones are:

  • LG enV TOUCH
  • LG enV 3
  • LG Chocolate TOUCH
  • LG VX8360
  • Samsung Alias 2
  • Samsung Renown
  • Nokia Twist
  • Casio EXILIM

According to Verizon Wireless, it operates wireless voice and 3G data network in the U.S., serving more than 92 million customers. Headquartered in Basking Ridge, N.J., with 79,000 employees, Verizon Wireless is a joint venture of Verizon Communications and Vodafone.

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