Everything you need to know about Verizon Wireless

Verizon is a telecommunication company that offers wireless based products and services. They have around 150 million subscribers as of 2017 reports. Being the largest telecommunications provider in the country, Verizon has partnered with Bell Atlantic that was named as Verizon Communications. Verizon Wireless bought Vodafone’s 45 percent stake and became the only owner in the year 2014. They have 21 rural wireless carriers within the country alone which covers 2.7 million subscribers from around 169 rural countries. Verizon Wireless also has a 4G connection that moves quite fast on the subscribers. Customers can save money and have a contract deal with Verizon. There is a traditional plan on the Verizon prepaid phone.

The basic phone plan of Verizon prepaid phone begins at around $30 and smartphones costing $40. They have family plans that have a strong coverage and carry forward data service which could be even costlier than other prepaid cell phone options. The 3GB data plan costs around $40 every month and 7 GB for $50 and for 10 GB data services on Verizon Prepaid Phones are $60, and the unlimited data costs around $80 per month. Verizon Prepaid phones do not have any activation fee. They even offer discounts on $10, $15 or $20 every month depending on the plan you choose. They do not allow shared data services. They have national wide coverage on the network. Prepaid customers on Verizon prepaid phones might face roaming charges that include an additional fee of 20 cents every minute be it incoming or outgoing. Verizon prepaid phones and wireless have cellphones, home telephones, and data services via different modes. Their wireless phone services are mostly for Apple’s iOS, Android, Windows and BlackBerry OS. They all are compatible to Verizon Wireless 3G network.

The company gives different talk time and data plans to the subscribers based on their choice. Verizon offers prepaid cell phone plans with or without a contract. You can opt for Verizon’s no contract cell phone plans. Wireless home phones were introduced in 2011 as Verizon Wireless Home Phone Connect. Traditional landline wires are used to give the connection to home phone data services. Mobile Wi-Fi and broadband services having a Jetpack on 4G which has Hotspot named as AC791L and MiFi 6620L. They have an amazing network coverage that connects at least 10 devices at once. Verizon Wireless uses deep packet inspection (DPI) for monitoring the data usage and Internet activities of the consumer. They are known as Super Cookie or Perma Cookie mechanism.