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What is the best verizon wireless plan?

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Like most carriers, Verizon plans generally fall under two categories - postpaid and prepaid. We're covering both in this guide right here, so if you're not sure how much data you'll need but have an idea of how much you want to spend then you'll find tons of handy info here. You'll also find a handy frequently asked questions section just below, where we'll tackle topics like coverage, price, and 5G access.

As a carrier, Verizon is generally considered to offer the best nationwide coverage on its service, and, while you'll find its plans generally on the pricey side, they do offer some rather excellent streaming-focused perks. Going postpaid is definitely pricey, but often worth it - not least because the selection of Verizon phones is particularly good if you go for an unlimited plan. You'll also find that most of the current Verizon deals are also exclusively available on post-paid unlimited plans, although you shouldn't let this discourage you from checking out the other plan types also.

If you find this week's best Verizon plans a little too pricey, we've also included some honorable mentions from our best cell phone plans guide at the bottom of the article. There you'll be able to see how Verizon stacks up against the competition, and also check out some of the best prepaid plans from cheaper services.

Verizon's plan service leads with its unlimited post-paid options - which serve as a sort of 'flagship' offering from the service. In a nutshell, these unlimited data plans provide all the speedy data you could need and access to a ton of streaming and cloud storage perks. These are the best Verizon plans currently available, although as you'd expect carry a pretty premium price tag. We'd recommend these to someone who really uses their phone a lot and would make the most of that unlimited data allowance.

As of 2023, Verizon has introduced a new system called 'myPlan' that allows customers to really tailor their post-paid plan to their needs. Gone are the multiple tiers of unlimited plans with differing perks in favor of a more streamlined selection of two plans with the option to add on optional 'perks' each month. Each perk will cost $10 per month and you can switch them up at any one time. Alternatively, if you just want to stick with the basics, then there's no obligation to add on any perks if you want to keep costs to a minimum.

In addition to the above Verizon myPlan options, customers on either of the new unlimited data plans can add on two perks per plan at a cost of $10 per month per perk. The available perks are as follows:

Those who love their streaming perks will be well served by the Disney+ bundle or the Apple One bundle. If you're looking for every-day value, then the Walmart+ membership is quite good for getting discounts on delivery, gas, and access to exclusive deals on Black Friday. Also worth considering are the more niche options on the list - such as discounts on connected smartwatch lines and free TravelPass days, which gives unlimited talk, text, and data in 210 countries.

Verizon prepaid plans are flexible non-contract plans that you pay for on a renewable monthly basis. In short, they don't require credit checks and have pretty reasonable prices but don't feature most of the perks you find on postpaid plans like streaming services. They're also subject to slower data speeds all around, not being on the Verizon premium network. That said, they're a viable choice if you're strictly on a budget and don't want to be tied down with an annual contract.

In addition to phones, Verizon also has plans for a number of smartwatches, tablets, and any number of cellular gadgets it calls connected devices. In general, you can add these to existing Verizon plans for around $10 each, however, if you want a standalone plan, those are also available, here's a quick list with prices:

Other gadgets you can hook up with a Verizon Connected plan include cars, hotspots, sat navs, and streaming cameras - generally for the same rates as above.

Verizon prepaid data plans are a somewhat newer addition to the carrier's site and are essentially replacements for the old shared data plans. They're designed for multiple cellular devices to use (tablets, smartwatches, etc) but don't feature any of the usual minutes or texts you'd get with a standard phone plan. Unlike the old shared data plans, they're also prepaid now instead of postpaid, which makes them pretty flexible in regard to contracts.

Note, Verizon prepaid data plans are best used as add-ons to an existing prepaid phone plan. Upfront, these plans are quite pricey but adding them to an existing account means a $30 per month discount per line. Here's the pricing:

As you can see, the two pricier tiers (100GB and 150GB) feature unlimited access to Verizon's 5G Ultra Wideband network. All plan tiers, however, have HD video steam as per standard.

Like most carriers, Verizon plan pricing falls into two categories - postpaid and prepaid. With the postpaid plans, you're going to be signing up for a long-term (24 months) contract and be paying your bills at the end of the month until your term is up. Generally speaking, these plans also entitle you to any number of awesome Verizon deals each month, which will allow you to upgrade or bag a new phone for a cut down rate.

Going prepaid means you'll generally be paying at the start of each month and won't be tied down into a lengthy contract. That gives them more flexibility in general, although Verizon does operate a loyalty scheme that reserves the best rates for those who carry on their plan for longer. This is of course a little cheeky as it's looking to tie people in, offsetting that prepaid flexibility, and it's also worth noting that Verizon tends to reserve its deals on new phones for postpaid customers only.

Verizon is generally considered to have the best coverage nationwide out of all the major carriers - with most sources putting their overall coverage at about 70% for its 4G LTE network. Things, however, do get a little more complicated when you start to think about the 5G network - which is still in its inception right now at most major carriers. In this regard, Verizon currently only has about 11% coverage nationwide, mostly in the big cities. If you're looking for coverage in your area specifically, you can see the current up-to-date coverage map right here - including the option to input your local Zip Code.

On paper, yes, all Verizon plans do have access to the services 5G network, although it's worth noting that not all 5G data plans on Verizon offer equal speeds across the board.

Verizon actually offers two tiers of 5G access - a standard "5G" network, which ruins simultaneously with the existing 4G LTE network, and a fancy pants "5G Ultra Wideband" network, which runs on a different band altogether. In a nutshell, the cheaper Verizon plans make use of the standard 5G network while the pricier ones get full access to the Wideband one. As you'd expect, you'll get blazingly fast speeds on the Wideband network although it's worth noting that it's not that widely available outside of the big cities yet.

Cell phone plans via the major carriers in general tend to be a lot pricier than those offered by the smaller prepaid carriers like Visible and Mint Mobile. This is generally explained by the fact the big carriers physically operate the networks that all carriers, both big and small, use to provide service and therefore have to spend more to maintain them. Verizon has particularly pricey plans, however, which are somewhat offset by the fact that they tend to offer the best speeds and perks overall on their plans.

If you're looking for a more cost-effective option, we recommend checking out our section on Verizon vs the competition just down below.

Generally speaking, the best Verizon plan for families is going to be one of the postpaid unlimited plans, which come with the benefit of not having to worry about limitations, having tons of perks, and also feature discounts for multiple lines added per plan.

The Verizon unlimited postpaid plans also feature a unique 'mix-and-match' option that will allow you to add lines under a different tier of plan if you like. Using this, for example, you could have two plans under the basic 'Start Unlimited' plan, one under the premium 'Get More' plan, and then an additional 'Just Kids' plan - which is a unique child-friendly plan only offered in addition to at least one other unlimited data plan.

Verizon only operates one plan for Seniors - its 55 Plus plan, which currently starts at $60 for one line and $80 for two lines. It's actually a very generous plan for Verizon, but currently it's open to Florida residents only unfortunately. If you're a senior living outside of Florida, we recommend checking out our alternatives just down below.

The best AT&T plans generally offer the hottest competition for Verizon each month by offering a very similar service, and, on the whole ever-so-slightly cheaper prices across the board. Like Verizon, AT&T has an ever-expanding 5G network and a focus on offering speedy unlimited data plans. When it comes to coverage, AT&T is slightly behind on 4G, however, and it also tends to offer more 'stripped-down' plans without the sort of perks that Verizon offers - like free streaming service subscriptions for example.

A really, really great low-cost alternative to Verizon is Visible - which is a smaller prepaid carrier that Verizon actually owns and operates as a sub-network. Visible's claim to fame is their all-inclusive unlimited Visible wireless plan for just $40 a month - which is absolutely amazing value. Unlike Verizon customers on the main network, however, Visible users will be subject to deprioritization and slower speeds when the network is busy, so bear that in mind.

Also worth checking out is this week's Mint Mobile plans, which is another top choice if you're looking to save on your bills. With plans starting at just $15 a month, and an unlimited data plan for just $30, Mint is definitely a good option for those on a budget or for seniors in particular. However, this prepaid carrier operates under the T-Mobile network, so some Verizon phones may not be compatible unless they're specifically unlocked.

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Answer # 2 #

That's because you've got a lot of different plans to choose from — Verizon offers six unlimited options at the moment, and that's not even counting two more if you include the carrier's prepaid service in your search. Each of these unlimited plans features different perks, and there are different monthly rates to keep track of. It can be pretty overwhelming, even if Verizon does offer some of the best unlimited data plans in the business.

Fortunately, we've researched the carrier's offerings and can help you find the best Verizon phone plan for your particular needs. That's especially vital since so many of the best Verizon phone deals require you to commit to an unlimited plan — with our help, you can make sure the Verizon phone plan you pick is the right one for you. Even better, you can find some decent discounts with our Verizon promo codes, so it's worth taking a look at them before you proceed through the checkout.

Read on for a summary of the best Verizon phone plans to see if any qualify as the best cell phone plans for you and your family.

Pressured by rival carriers like T-Mobile, Verizon reintroduced unlimited plans in 2017, and hasn't looked back since, even expanding into multiple unlimited options. We think the Verizon 5G Play More plan is the best unlimited data option because it includes Disney-owned streaming services (Disney Plus, ESPN Plus and Hulu) as part of your subscription. You also get six-month trials for Apple Music and Discovery Plus. Additionally, Verizon includes Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass, depending on which streaming gaming service strikes your fancy.

A single line of Verizon Play More costs $80 a month, which is $10 more than what you’d pay for T-Mobile’s Magenta Unlimited plan. (We think T-Mobile has the best unlimited data plan overall because of that lower cost and T-Mobile’s own impressive set of perks.) Thanks to escalating discounts as you add lines, a family of four would pay $180 each month for four lines of Verizon Play More. Verizon also gives families the option of mixing and matching its different unlimited data plans.

It is worth highlighting that Verizon does cap data at 50GB per month this unlimited plans. Go over that and Verizon can slow your speeds. You get 25GB of hotspot data before your speeds are slowed.

Play More includes access to Verizon's C-Band 5G coverage, which delivers faster speeds to a wider away.

Verizon has three other main unlimited data plans and you can mix and match these if you've got multiple lines of data. Your other options are:

Verizon’s prepaid plans don’t feature a lot in the way of perks, as is often the case when comparing prepaid vs. postpaid phone service. But Verizon's prepaid options do pack in data, especially the carrier’s 15GB plan. Even better, it's easy to lower the cost of your plan right away, making this 15GB one of the best cheap cell phone plans we've found.

Verizon’s 15GB plan costs $40 a month, but enrolling in autopay now takes $10 off the monthly rate. (It used to be a $5 discount.) A month after starting your service, your autopay discount kicks in, immediately dropping the cost of your Verizon prepaid plan.

Verizon continues to offer loyalty discounts for sticking with the carrier for coverage — $5 off after three months and and another $5 after nine months — but you can't apply both the autopay and loyalty discounts. It's either one or the other, so the lowest your bill can go is $35.

The only other prepaid options at Verizon are a pair of unlimited plans. They cost $50/month and $60/month after $10 autopay discounts. While all prepaid plans have access to Verizon's nationwide 5G service, only the $60 Unlimited Data Plus gives prepaid customers access to super-fast Ultra Wideband 5G.

Prepaid options aren’t a good idea at Verizon if you have multiple lines. There’s no discount as you add more lines to your prepaid plan. Anyone searching for the best family cell phone plan at Verizon should consider one of the unlimited data options detailed above.

No one would correct you if you said Verizon's regular unlimited plans cost a lot, especially when compared to T-Mobile's pricing. So Verizon did something about that, adding its Welcome Unlimited plan as a low cost option for people who want 5G coverage and unlimited data.

That's exactly what Welcome Unlimited provides — no more, no less. As with Verizon's 5G Start plan mentioned above, your data can be slowed when there's a lot of traffic on Verizon's network. Unlike that plan, you don't get any hotspot data. And forget about the streaming service subscriptions included with Verizon's pricier unlimited data plans.

The appeal here is strictly the cost, especially for families. Thanks to discounts as you add more lines, a family of four would pay $120 a month for Welcome Unlimited, or $30 per line. You can't mix and match other unlimited options with this plan, but the low monthly cost will certainly appeal to anyone looking to save on their wireless coverage while still being able to access 5G speeds.

We've got a guide to the cheapest unlimited data plans at all the major carriers, so you can see how Verizon's Welcome Unlimited compares to similar options at AT&T and T-Mobile.

There's yet another Verizon unlimited plan — the carrier's sixth if you're counting along — but it's worth highlighting, especially if you're mulling the purchase of an Apple phone like the iPhone 14. The One Unlimited for iPhone Plan takes many of the perks of Verizon's 5G Get More offering — no cap on data usage, access to the carrier's fastest 5G service — and includes a bundle of Apple subscription services.

As part of the One Unlimited for iPhone plan, you get Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade and iCloud Plus. Verizon estimates that's nearly a $40 monthly value that you're getting on top of your wireless service, which also includes 25GB of hotspot data. It's a great way to add more value to your monthly cell phone bill, particularly if you have multiple lines, since you can share access to your Apple service with up to five other people.

Verizon launched its 5G network in 2019, but the real boost came with the 2022 launch of C-Band spectrum. That extended Verizon's fast Ultra Wideband network to more areas, with 200 million people now covered by C-Band speeds. We tested Verizon's C-Band when it launched and came away impressed by Verizon's improved network.

As for Verizon nationwide 5G coverage, it reaches more than 230 million people at this point. That service isn't as fast as Ultra Wideband 5G or C-Band 5G, but it's more pervasive at this point, even if T-Mobile currently beats Verizon on 5G reach and average speed.

If you live in an area that's covered by Verizon's 5G network and want to experience faster coverage, unlimited data is the best Verizon plan to get. Complete 5G coverage comes with the Play More, Do More and Get More unlimited plans, as well as with Verizon's prepaid unlimited plan and the new One Unlimited for iPhone option. 5G Start and Welcome Unlimited customers only get nationwide 5G coverage, not the faster Ultra Wideband service.

Prepaid plans get the nationwide 5G coverage as well, with the Unlimited Plus prepaid service enjoying Ultra Wideband speeds where available.

Many of the best 5G phones are available through Verizon including the Galaxy S23 Ultra, Galaxy Z Fold 4 and all four iPhone 14 models. Verizon also has some 5G exclusives like the TCL 30 V 5G.

The best Verizon phone deals can help you find the best prices on all sorts of handsets, 5G-capable models included.

Verizon does offer a discounted unlimited data plan to anyone 55 years and older, but there’s a huge catch — Verizon’s 55+ plan is only available for people living in Florida. If you’ve got a Florida billing address, you can get two lines of unlimited data for $80 a month, with video streaming at 480p resolution, unlimited mobile hotspot data (though restricted to 2G speeds), and the ability to use your plan in Canada and Mexico. A single line of data costs $60.

T-Mobile offers discounted unlimited plans for seniors 55 years and older that are $10 less expensive than what Verizon charges, and those plans are available to anyone regardless of where they live. T-Mobile also includes 5G coverage with its senior plans. That's why we think T-Mobile has the best cell phone plans for seniors — unless you're in Florida, of course.

Finding the best Verizon phone plan for your wireless needs involves choosing between unlimited data or turning to the tiered data options from Verizon's prepaid service.

If your smartphone usage involves a lot of streaming — be it movies or music — you're going to want to look at Verizon's unlimited options. Should your data needs begin and end with browsing the internet, checking email and the occasional social media post, you can probably get away with a tiered prepaid data plan.

If possible, look at your monthly data usage on your current plan to see how much you're consuming on average — if it's 15GB or less, you can save money each month by going prepaid. Just be aware that you won’t get as many perks with a prepaid as you would with one of Verizon’s postpaid options.

While getting service directly from Verizon is the way to ensure you get Verizon's top speeds and best plans, there are other carrier options if you want to use Verizon's network without paying so much for your service. MVNOs — short for mobile virtual network operators — piggy-back on other carriers' networks to provide lower-cost service. The trade-off is that the parent carrier prioritizes its own customers so you might see slower speeds.

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Especially when Verizon offers a total of six different unlimited plans to choose from.

Some of Verizon’s plans are also much better deals than others.

Thankfully, in this article I will break down Verizon’s different cell phone plans. I’ll help you compare the plan prices, features, discounts, and perks.

I’ll even let you know which Verizon plans to sign up for and which ones to avoid.

Verizon’s postpaid plans are their most popular options.

Most customers who sign up for Verizon go with Verizon Postpaid.

The postpaid plans include unlimited data, extra streaming perks, and a more premium experience. Prices range from $65 per month to $90 per month.

Verizon’s five postpaid plans are:

The five main differences between the postpaid plans are:

Verizon Welcome Unlimited is their cheapest unlimited plan. It’s $65 per month for a single line.

Welcome Unlimited includes unlimited data, but the data is deprioritized. This means when the Verizon network is busy, customers on Welcome Unlimited may notice slightly slower speed.

You also only get access to Verizon’s slower 5G Nationwide network with this plan. You won’t get access to their speedy 5G Ultra Wideband network.

There is no hotspot support and video streams at 480p quality.

For international features, Welcome Unlimited includes stateside international texting to 200+ countries and destinations.

You also get free data roaming in Canada and Mexico with 0.5GB of high-speed data per day.

If you choose to sign up for Welcome Unlimited, then all lines on your account need to be on the Welcome Unlimited plan. You can’t mix-and-match different plans on a single account like you can with Verizon’s other postpaid plans.

The multi-line pricing for Welcome Unlimited is:

This plan is currently not eligible for any device trade-in deals, discounts, or promotions.

Customers who bring their own device are eligible for a $240 Verizon eGift card.

Welcome Unlimited customers are also eligible to save $10 off the cost of Verizon 5G Home Internet.

Verizon 5G Start is the entry-level plan in Verizon’s Mix-&-Match set of plans.

The Mix-&-Match plans include 5G Start, 5G Play More, 5G Do More, and 5G Get More. Any line can be put on any plan, and you can switch plans whenever you want. This gives families flexibility if certain lines need specific features.

5G Start is $70 per month for a single line.

Like Welcome Unlimited, it also includes unlimited data that is deprioritized. You may notice slightly slower speeds when the Verizon network is busy.

You also only get access to Verizon’s slower 5G Nationwide network.

5G Start adds 5GB of high-speed hotspot data that you can share with your other devices.

Video continues to stream at 480p quality.

You also continue to get stateside international texting to 200+ countries and territories and free data roaming in Canada and Mexico with 0.5GB of high-speed data per day.

5G Start also adds a couple of perks: you get 6-month free trials of Disney+, discovery+, Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass, and Apple Music.

Multi-line pricing for 5G Start is:

5G Start is eligible for device financing and trade-in deals, but it should be noted that the trade-in credit is typically half of what you get with the other, more expensive Mix-&-Match plans.

5G Play More is one of Verizon’s two mid-tier plans part of the Mix-&-Match plans.

It’s $80 per month for a single line.

As the name implies, 5G Play More is geared more toward customers looking for entertainment because it includes free streaming services and a free mobile gaming service of your choice.

You get Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN+ all included for free, and you can choose to get either Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass for free. You also get 6-month free trials of Apple Music and discovery+.

In terms of actual plan features, 5G Play More includes 50GB of premium data. Premium data gives you faster speeds whenever the Verizon network is busy.

You also now get access to both Verizon’s 5G Nationwide and 5G Ultra Wideband networks. You can expect the fastest speeds Verizon has to offer.

25GB of hotspot data are also included, so you can share your connection with your other devices.

Video streaming defaults to 480p, but there is now an account setting to bump it up to 720p on 5G Nationwide and up to 4K on 5G Ultra Wideband.

Free international texting to 200+ destinations is included, along with free data roaming in Canada and Mexico with 0.5GB of high-speed data per day.

Being a mid-tier plan, Verizon offers better trade-in deals for 5G Play More customers.

Instead of the $400 trade-in credit you may get with 5G Start, you are now eligible for up to $800 of trade-in credit.

Verizon also now includes home internet savings. You can choose to save 50% off the Verizon 5G Home Internet service, which brings the price down to just $25 per month with the discount, or you can save $25 per month off any Verizon FiOS plan.

Multi-line pricing for 5G Play More is:

Verizon 5G Do More is the second mid-tier plan Verizon offers in their Mix-&-Match plans.

It’s a cousin of 5G Play More. It costs the same $80 per month.

However, instead of focusing on entertainment perks, Verizon focuses on added value for the typical entrepreneur and business person.

5G Do More includes a 50% discount off a connected watch, tablet, or hotspot plan (up to a $20 per month value), one free TravelPass day per month (accumulate up to 12 days each year), and 600GB of free Verizon Cloud storage.

Verizon also offers 6-month free trials of Disney+, discovery+, Apple Music, and Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass.

The rest of the plan features of 5G Do More are identical to 5G Play More.

You get 50GB of premium data.

You get full access to Verizon’s 5G Nationwide and 5G Ultra Wideband networks.

You get 25GB of hotspot data.

You get 480p streaming by default, with the option to enable 720p/4K video streaming depending on the network you’re connected to.

You get free international texting to 200+ countries and territories.

You get free roaming in Canada and Mexico with up to 0.5GB of high-speed data per day.

And you also get the 50% 5G Home Internet discount or $25 off any Verizon FiOS plan discount.

5G Do More continues to offer great trade-in deals and device discounts, too. You’ll typically receive up to $800 of trade-in credit.

Multi-line pricing for 5G Do More is also the same as 5G Play More:

5G Get More is Verizon’s top-tier offering in their Mix-&-Match plans.

It’s the most expensive plan Verizon offers, costing $90 per month.

It’s also the most feature-packed. It has the most premium data, the most hotspot data, and the most perks.

5G Get More combines all of the perks from 5G Play More and 5G Do More into one plan.

You get Disney+, Hulu, ESPN+, Apple Music, Apple Arcade or Google Play Pass, 50% off a smartwatch, tablet, or hotspot plan, one free TravelPass day per month (accumulating up to 12 per year), and 600GB of cloud storage all included for free with your plan.

Plus, you get the same internet discounts as before: 50% off Verizon 5G Home Internet or $25 off any Verizon FiOS plan.

A 6 month free trial of discovery+ is also available.

5G Get More includes unlimited premium data, so your speeds will never be slowed down based on how much data you use.

That said, if the network is busy then everyone’s speeds will slow down at least a little bit. When you have premium data, your speeds will just slow down a little less.

You get full access to Verizon’s 5G Nationwide and 5G Ultra Wideband networks with 5G Get More.

You also get 50GB of hotspot data.

Video still streams at 480p by default. There is a setting in your account to increase the streaming resolution to 720p on 5G Nationwide and up to 4K on 5G Ultra Wideband.

You get free international texting to 200+ destinations, and free roaming in Canada and Mexico with 0.5GB of high-speed data per day.

5G Get More also offers the best device trade-in deals and discounts Verizon has to offer. Sometimes these can even be slightly better than the deals and discounts on 5G Play More and 5G Do More.

Multi-line pricing for 5G Get More is:

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Verizon offers a variety of unlimited plans for seniors who want to stay connected with friends and family without overage charges. Below, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite senior-friendly Verizon cellular plans.

Verizon’s 55+ Unlimited Plan starts at $60 per month for one line, or $80 per month for two lines (plus applicable taxes and fees). This is an average savings of $5 to $15 per line compared to their standard unlimited plans, which range from $65 to $75 per line for the same features. This plan includes unlimited talk, text, and 4G LTE data, which means you can catch up with loved ones without worrying about checking the clock to make sure you stay within the limit.

Also, for streaming content, this senior-discounted plan is a lifesaver. Some plans offer only 2 GB to 10 GB of data, which is barely enough to watch a season of your favorite show. This plan includes high-quality streaming so you can watch movies and use an unlimited mobile hotspot to access the internet when you’re away from home. With the unlimited mobile hotspot feature, you can use your phone’s data to connect to the internet on a tablet or laptop computer, saving you even more money on standard home internet services. With unlimited talk, you don’t need to buy a separate international plan; unlimited service is already included, so you can make calls to Mexico and Canada for as long as you’d like.

If you don’t live in Florida or qualify for Verizon’s discounted 55+ Unlimited Plan, there are still several other affordable plans to consider. With Verizon Start Unlimited, you can get unlimited text, talk, and data for $35 per month per line. Other perks include free six-month subscriptions to Apple Music and Disney+, so you can listen to your favorite jams and catch up on streaming Disney classics with your grandkids. Many streaming services cost around $10 to $15 per month, making this plan a great value.

You can save even more on this plan when you sign up for multiple lines, with prices starting at $30 per line for five or more lines. We’d recommend this plan for older adults who want to share a phone plan with other family members, because you get the best monthly pricing when you sign up for multiple lines. It’s also an excellent option for seniors who want to say goodbye to their landline and upgrade to a smartphone for watching movies, listening to music, and communicating with loved ones via text and calls. And with unlimited talk and text, you can check in on your loved ones as much as you want without excess fees.

Verizon’s Prepaid Unlimited plan has nationwide 5G coverage available in over 2,700 cities, which means you’ll be able to receive and place calls from virtually anywhere. Plus, this plan allows you to enjoy unlimited calls within the U.S. and to Mexico and Canada.

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