Bring in the New Year with new savings by switching to Visible by Verizon. Just in time for 2024, Visible’s $20 for 24 deal gives users a low monthly price of $20 for the Visible plan for 24 months. For a limited time, when you sign up to the Visible plan, use promo code: VISIBLE24 and lock in the $20 rate for 24 months.
As a prepaid wireless plan, Visible by Verizon offers the reliability and coverage of Verizon’s network but in prepaid form. Since launching in 2018, the all-digital wireless carrier has been noted for its innovation and affordability. Subscribers can use popular devices from Google, Apple, Samsung, and more with the service. To help keep things simple, the service offers two plans: Visible and Visible+.
Visible is the service’s basic plan but it’s far from basic. Normally for$25 per month, subscribers get unlimited talk, text, and data on Verizon’s network with 5G & 4G LTE speed. It also features unlimited mobile hotspot, spam protection, and unlimited talk and text to Mexico and Canada. The company, however, has the right to slow your connection speed if times of heavy traffic.
If you want to get the most out of Visible’s services then the Visible+ plan is the premium option. Normally, it is $45 per month, but you can get the premium plan for $35 per month for 24 months by using the code VISIBLE24 and unlock everything Visble has to offer. Not only does Visible+ include everything from the basic plan but you can enjoy higher speeds with 5G Ultra Wideband, which is available in select, largely populated, areas, and 50GB of guaranteed high-0speed data before the carrier has the right to slow your connection. Other extras featured include unlimited talk and text in Mexico and Canada, $10 off per month on Verizon Home Internet, international calling from the US to 30+ countries, and international texting from the US to 200+ countries.
Visible made headlines with its Seinfield-inspired Jason Alexander ad campaign which targeted “Nada Yada Yada,” a competing ad campaign for T-Mobile’s Metro prepaid service. The campaigns sparked off somewhat of a duel by the telecommunication conglomerates.