A Prepaid Mobile Broadband Plan provides high-speed Internet service for your data-only devices without signing a long term contract or being charged an activation fee. When you reach your data allowance or expiration date you can just purchase more data and begin using it immediately.
Learn more on our Prepaid Plans page.
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A session, whether 1 day, 1 week or 1 month, begins right after you pay for it. You can activate and start a session whenever you're ready to connect. Once a session begins, the timer starts immediately, and will expire in the allotted timeframe.Back to top
When your session expires or the allowance is reached, you’ll be disconnected from the network and routed to our Mobile Broadband Self Activation page where you can pay for another prepaid data session or sign up for a standard monthly Mobile Broadband service plan.
Note: Once Prepaid Mobile Broadband allowance or expiration is reached, a session that’s in progress will end and any content that was being sent or received may be lost.
You can pay for each Prepaid session online through VZAccess® Manager with:
With Prepaid Mobile Broadband you can use:
No, Mobile Broadband provides complete Internet access. A separate Internet service provider account isn’t necessary.
Prepaid Mobile Broadband sessions can be activated through the Internet on the Verizon Wireless Mobile Broadband Self Activation online portal by using the connection manager that came with your Verizon Wireless Mobile Broadband certified device. If you don't have software, you can download the latest version of VZAccess Manager from the VZAccess Manager website.
Note: If using VZAccess Manager, Verizon Wireless recommends updating your VZAccess Manager software to the newest version available to have the best user experience.
Before accessing the Internet on your notebook, you must first activate your Prepaid Mobile Broadband session by following the setup instructions.
You can visit the VZAccess Manager website to find the latest versions of the software.
Note: VZAccess Manager Consumer Release not available for Dell notebooks with Mobile Broadband Built-In.
Yes, you can switch to a standard monthly Verizon Wireless Mobile Broadband plan in one of the following ways:
No, you'll be assigned a new mobile number when you convert your account to a standard monthly Mobile Broadband plan.Back to top
No, we don’t provide email accounts at this time. You can use the Mobile Broadband service and your Internet browser or Virtual Private Network (VPN) client to access your existing email accounts.Back to top
Yes, your VPN product should treat the EVDO and 1xRTT data networks exactly as it treats the Internet. Verizon Wireless works with customers and VPN providers to enable secure, wireless access to their VPN.Back to top