August 3, 2007, Newsletter Issue #109: Workable Verizon Prepaid Cell Phones

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The Verizon InPulse prepaid cellular phone plan. Does it never stop working for you? Like most prepaid cell phones, Verizon cell phones on the InPulse plan have no contract, no credit check requirement, and no monthly bills. The plans available include unlimited Verizon to Verizon Wireless customer calling plus unlimited night minutes--and a .99 daily service fee.

How do Verizon cell phone prepay plans stack up? Consumer guide Eric Bernatchez picks a Verizon prepaid cellular phone as one of this Top 5 Best Prepaid Cell Phones ($50 of airtime and a free cell phone are among his raves). He notes one of the reasons we buy prepaid cell phones: they're less expensive to own, particularly if you only need one for emergencies.

Verizon's reliability and Worry Free Guarantee may make its prepaid cell phones appealing to you--and Verizon has revamped the fee structure that PhoneScoop.com called its "biggest disadvantage." Maybe Verizon doesn't stop working for you.

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