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Verizon's wireless network spans nearly the entire United States, which means it has service in places other carriers don't. But that access can come at a premium.
Verizon has four unlimited plans, which each offer different benefits. You can save $10 per month, per line on any unlimited plan if you opt for automatic payments, but you have to use a debit card or checking account to get the discount.
Verizon customers with compatible phones can access 5G networks and 4K HD video streaming with compatible devices for an additional $10 per month.
You can add Verizon’s “Just Kids” plan to any unlimited plan for $35 per line. The kids plan includes 5GB of data and built-in parental controls, including content filters, location tracking and the ability block certain apps.
Verizon offers two shared data plans, which include unlimited minutes and text messages. You can save $10 per month if you sign up for automatic payments. But there's a catch: .
You can turn any Verizon plan into a Additional lines for shared plans cost $35 each on top of the base plan price. You can save $10 per month, per line if you opt for automatic payments. Verizon’s unlimited plans are priced differently. .
Verizon offers several prepaid plans, all of which are billed monthly, similar to traditional plans. The main difference is that don't require a credit check. .
Prices listed are for the least expensive plan when more than one unlimited plan is available. The pricing doesn’t include taxes, fees or autopay discounts.