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Verizon Wireless Prepaid Phones

Verizon Wireless has two types of prepaid plans: INpulse, and EasyPay. With the INpulse plan, you pay 99 per day and calls are 10/min.  There is unlimited calling at night (9 PM to 6 AM) and always unlimited calling with other Verizon Wireless customers.  If you frequently talk with people on the Verizon network, this plan is advantageous. Account Topups: $15-$29.99 expires in 30 days, $30-$74.99 expires in 60 days, $75-$149.99 expires in 90 days, $150 & above expires in 120 days

EasyPay Plans are also prepaid but they resemble contract plans with a monthly fee and bundled minutes.  The main difference being that you can stop or change plans at any time without penalty and also avoid any surprises in you phone bill. The more expensive plan includes more minutes, but the service and features, such as caller ID, forwarding, call waiting, etc, are the same.  For EasyPay and INpulse, Text Messages are 10  to send and receive and picture messages are 25.  Mobile web is 99 per day and roaming charges are 99/min but the Verizon network is very extensive, so most likely you will never be roaming.

EasyPay Monthly Price Anytime Minutes Night/Weekend Minutes Mobile to Mobile Minutes
$50 350 3000 Unlimited
$70 700 3000 Unlimited