Verizon MVNO Page Plus has announced that it will implement support for official 4G LTE device activation beginning in October, after months of speculation on if Page Plus would offer such access. As Verizon Wireless recently expanded access to its LTE network to its own prepaid service over the summer, speculation grew at a fever pitch regarding which Verizon MVNOs would be the first to receive access to Verizon’s LTE network, with Page Plus being the most heavily discussed.
Page Plus dealers will be receiving more details in the weeks leading up to the launch and Page Plus has been assigned its own LTE SIM card for service activation that will also be made available to dealers next month. Service plan costs will not be increased with the inclusion of 4G LTE access, while “The 12” plan will be excluded from 4G LTE service activation, otherwise all current plans will work for 4G LTE activation with full speeds and 3G service.
3 responses to “Page Plus Announces LTE Support Coming In October”
This is a great option for those who are being throttled by Verizon falling through on their commitment last year to keep unlimited data truly unlimited.
Now you can switch your 4G LTE Verizon phone to Page Plus when it comes off-contract, and use it for $29.99/month for Verizon voice (via PP) with a couple gigs of fallback data… and then sign up for T-Mobile unlimited data, or the $30/5GB data-centric prepaid plan.
So, for under $100/month, you can keep enjoying unlimited data and Verizon coverage when you need it.
And walk around with 2 phones?
Millions of people do that every day. It’s not a big deal for most, just chose the right devices and go with thin ones if you are concerned about weight. Heck, if you want to go old school on Page Plus you could even use an old Samsung Juke.