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Verizon’s New Visible $40 Unlimited Talk, Text, & 4G Data With Hot Spot Service Is Now Offering a $50 Amazon Gift Card If You Switch

Recently the battle for affordable unlimited plans has been heating up as smaller prepaid services like Straight Talk have offered an unlimited data plan for $55 a month. If you want unlimited data from Verizon for just one phone plans, start at $75. (Verizon advertises $40, but you have to sign up for four lines to get the $40 rate.)

Now Verizon has a new service that will let you sign up for unlimited 4G data, messaging, and talk for just $40. This new service is called Visible, and it’s an app you can install on your phone.

With Visible you not only get unlimited data but there are a few catches as with most prepaid phone services. The main catch is you are limited to 5 Mbps down as are most prepaid phone plans. The best part is unlike most prepaid plans you can still use your hotspot feature on your phone to connect phones and tablets. To make the deal even better, Visible says they will never slow you down based on your data usage.

Right now if you sign up for the Visible service by December 31st, 2018, will receive a $50 Amazon gift card. (Also this month only if you already subscribe and renew this month you can get the $50 Amazon gift card.)

“We know other service providers charge you for extra speed that you don’t need and then slow you to a crawl at the end of the month, but Visible won’t slow you down based on your data usage. Heads up: when the network gets congested your data could slow up for a bit. But we promise you aren’t being punished,” Visible says in a statement on their site.

To sign up all you have to do is download the Visible app to your phone or visit their website HERE. There you can sign up and Visible will overnight you a sim card. Just make sure you know what the termination cost is for your current service.

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