New $50/month ‘nearly unlimited’ data plan on Verizon’s network

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New $50/month ‘nearly unlimited’ data plan on Verizon’s network
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If you use lots of data, there’s a new way to lower your cell phone bill to $50 a month and keep Verizon’s network.

Total Wireless, a mobile virtual network operator (MVNO) that uses Verizon’s towers, has recently introduced a data plan that includes 22.5GB of 4G LTE data for $50 a month — that’s a lot of data!

Many plans marketed as “unlimited” will slow your data after around 20GB, so we think it’s fair to call this plan “nearly unlimited.”

Total Wireless introduces new ‘nearly unlimited’ data plan 

The new plan is a big change for TracFone-owned Total Wireless. The prepaid carrier previously didn’t have a good option for heavy data users. Its single line data plans start at $35 a month for 5GB.

Here are some more details about the new 22.5GB plan from Total Wireless’ website:

  • 22.5 GB 4G LTE data
  • Unlimited nationwide talk and text
  • 1 line/device only
  • 30 service days
  • No contract, no hidden fees
  • Compatible with Total Wireless phones
  • Keep your number

Total Wireless’ 22.5GB plan is for new lines of service and you must transfer your number to the carrier.

Total Wireless 22.5GB plan

Team Clark spent 30 days testing Total Wireless. The cellular and data service on Verizon’s network was excellent, but there may be some room for improvement when it comes to customer service.

Read our full Total Wireless review and compare your options in Clark’s guide to the best cell phone plans and deals!

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