If you go with the pre-paid Verizon plans you get a hotspot.
For value users the Verizon pre-paid plan for $40 a month with 3GB of data is a better value than Straight Talk’s $35 a month plan.
They also offer a $45 a month plan where the slow down happens after the first 10GB and a $55 a month plan where video is streamed at lower quality. talk and text, plus carryover data for one month when you pay on time. Verizon also offers postpaid plans for a $55 a month plan with 2GB of data or a $70 a month plan with 4GB of data. Sprint and T-Mobile coverage options are still lagging in some areas in 2017. Two important things to take away from the comparison above are the features that you don’t get with some plans and the savings for users that happen when you end up with a family of four.
In early 2018 Verizon added two new pre-paid plans including a $30 a month 500MB plan and a $40 a month for 3GB. On both of these plans you need to buy your own phone or bring one that works with that carriers. On Straight Talk and on some of the single line Verizon Wireless plans there is no personal hotspot, so you cannot use the phone to connect a computer or a tablet to the Internet.
On the single line plans from Verizon, the overage is $15 for 1GB. Straight Talk offers a payment plan that includes newer devices like the i Phone and Galaxy devices. w=1000&ssl=1 1000w" sizes="(max-width: 720px) 100vw, 720px" data-recalc-dims="1" /When I have a problem with Verizon I can reach out for support on Twitter, call a customer service agent who understands the problem even if it doesn’t fit a script or walk into a local store for help.