All of the new INpulse plans provide customers with many of the same service options enjoyed by Verizon Wireless customers who sign annual contracts. Samsung SCH-u340 — an easy to use voice-centric clamshell phone, perfect for the customer who also wants the options of a camera and text, picture and video messaging. Motorola RAZR V3m — The ultimate in style and performance, this phone is in a class by itself.
The new INpulse plans are available beginning tomorrow at Verizon Wireless Communications Stores, including those in Circuit City, as well as Best Buy, Wal-Mart, and other retail locations. Verizon Wireless has improved its prepaid smartphone plans last week adding significant amount of data for the same price.
Even better deal Verizon prepaid smartphone plans users can achieve if they sign up for auto pay option, according to a Prepaid Phone News reader that spotted this offer at Walmart. However, even with a $5 discount, AT&T’s newly launched prepaid brand Aio Wireless offers better deal to smartphone users.
The reason for both companies considerably improving their prepaid offerings lately is that new customers were opting for prepaid over postpaid by 10 to 1 in Q1 of 2013, one third of the entire smartphone sale was prepaid, and the fastest growing carrier in the same quarter was TracFone.

The new plans, INpulse Core, INpulse Plus and INpulse Power, charge customers a daily access fee only on the days of use and include Unlimited IN Calling to Verizon Wireless customers nationwide. Key to the new plans is the ability of customers to pair the service with V CAST-capable phones and purchase over-the-air directly from their handsets any of the 2.1 million songs in the V CAST Music library. Customers who set up an INpulse account with an initial payment of $15 may purchase any Verizon Wireless phone (excluding smartphones, PDAs) at the same price as Verizon Wireless customers who sign a one-year customer agreement. It comes packed with features such as V CAST Video and Music, voice dialing, Get It Now downloadable applications, Bluetooth headset capability, a 1.3 megapixel camera, and text, picture, and video messaging capabilities.
Customers are able to add money to their prepay accounts 24-hours per day from their phones or in person at more than 160,000 locations nationwide. Existing INpulse customers may switch to the new plans immediately by calling Verizon Wireless and requesting the new service.
Those who opt for auto refill, paying for the prepaid monthly service with a credit or debit card, will receive a $5 discount every month. The $55 smartphone plan has a 2 GB of high-speed data and $70 smartphone plan has a 7 GB of high-speed data per month.

They can also purchase Ringtones, Ringback tones, Mobile Web 2.0SM, games and other applications, such as VZ NavigatorSM using funds in their INpulse accounts. In addition, INpulse Core, INpulse Plus and INpulse Power customers who decide later to move to monthly postpay customer agreements may now keep their INpulse prepay phone numbers when they switch plans. INpulse customers can go to My Account from the Settings and Tools menu screen on their Verizon Wireless phones to check their balances, find payment locations, make payments and view usage details, making it easier than ever for customers to manage their accounts. Increased data allotment is available immediately for existing customers while new ones can access it beginning June 6, 2013.
Comparing prepaid plans from these two major carriers, AT&T offers high speed data and significantly larger data allotment on the pricier plan while Verizon definitely has a larger and more reliable coverage. INpulse account balances will be used as a credit toward the new postpay monthly customer agreement.

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