Visible By Verizon Cuts The Price of Its Unlimited 5G Data, Talk, & Text to Just $25 a Month





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Do you want unlimited 5G and 4G LTE data on the Verizon network but only want to pay $25 a month? The good news with Visible by Verizon, you can do just that and get unlimited Hotspot data! Previously this plan was $30 a month but now the plan is $25 a month.

The Visible+ plan is still $45 a month and comes with 5G Ultra Wideband access, 50 GB of premium network experience, roaming coverage in Canada & Mexico, and global calling to 30+ countries.

The best part is for a limited time new users bring their own phone to the Visible+ plan in August new subscribers are also eligible for an exclusive offer of $10 off/month with code VISIBLE35!

Visible by Verizon is a prepaid wireless plan that offers Verizon’s network but prepaid.

The best part is this is $25 a month with no activation fee, and all taxes and fees are included. You don’t even need auto-pay to take advantage of this offer.

You can learn more and signup for Visible HERE.

You can also get great phone deals, including on the new iPhone 14, Pixel, Samsung, and more from Visible. You can find all the phone deals Visible has to offer HERE.

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