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Verizon offers prepaid 3G data service

updated 04:05 pm EST, Thu November 5, 2009

Verizon offering prepaid bundled data packages

On Thursday, Verizon Wireless said it has added three new prepaid mobile broadband data plans. Users can now opt for a $15 daily data allowance that includes 75MB of data, a $30 weekly package that includes 250MB of data and a $50 monthly offering with 500MB of data. These will be sold alongside a Verizon Wireless USB760 modem, priced at $130.

The USB modem uses an internal antenna and can accommodate a microSD memory card up to 8GB in capacity. It support Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Linux and Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.5. The prepaid mobile broadband plans will begin shipping to Verizon stores on November 15th.






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  1. BethHarvey

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    Joined: Aug 2009

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    I can get internet on my cell

    This is not too bad if I only use it occasionally, I have a Straight Talk phone with unlimited data, texts and calls for $45 per month, at that rate I can afford internet on the go everyday. It's also on the Verizon network nationwide so the reception is always good.

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