Verizon intros cheap 5G unlimited plan for just $30

The Welcome Unlimited plan comes with a $240 e-gift card for new signups

Verizon Welcome Unlimited mobile 5G plan
Verizon intros cheap 5G unlimited plan for just $30

Verizon has introduced an all-new Welcome Unlimited plan that offers a rate of $30 per line, per month – provided you have a minimum four-line subscription with the carrier. To make its 5G high-speed network more enticing to new customers, the new plan comes with additional perks – including a $240 e-gift card per line when you sign up.

Subscribers to the Welcome Unlimited Plan will get unlimited talk, text, and internet access on the company’s 5G Nationwide network. However, subscribers can avail of the $30 plan (plus taxes and fees) only if they sign up for Auto Pay.

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Verizon Welcome Unlimited plan

Verizon's Welcome Unlimited plan offers unlimited 5G, talk, and text for $30 per line, with a minimum of 4 lines.

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To give users enough reason to switch, Verizon is offering a $240-worth Verizon e-gift card per line (for up to 12 lines) upon getting the plan and activating their 4G LTE/5G phone — that’s about $960 worth of gift card balance for a family of four.

All you need to do is to keep the plan active on your device for more than 45 days, and the e-gift card becomes yours. Customers are required to stick with Verizon for 12 months, or else they’ll receive a $240 chargeback.

A point to be noted is that the Welcome Unlimited plan is separate from the company’s mix and match plans which offer other specific services for additional fees. For example,  the hotspot feature which is available with mix and match, isn’t included in the Welcome Unlimited plan.

Because Welcome Unlimited is technically a 5G mobile plan, customers can also add it to Verizon’s previously announced Verizon Home Internet plan should they decide to avail of both mobile and home internet services at once. This way, subscribers can enjoy $30 per month per line with four lines with the Welcome Unlimited plan, and then pay just $25 per month for either the 5G Home, LTE Home, or Fios services, should they decide to avail of that as well.

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