Which prepaid phone is right for you?

Smartphone lovers rejoice. You can now get pay-as-you-go service (also known as a No Annual Contract plan) for some of Verizon’s best-selling phones.

 

You may think that switching to a prepaid monthly plan means getting stuck with a basic, no-frills phone. But not with Verizon.

We’re now offering more than 20 smartphones, including the Moto Z Droid, with Verizon’s No Annual Contract plans. Even better, most of them are 4G LTE-capable, which means you can watch movies and stream your favorite songs really fast.

Which one should you pick? Here are four to consider:

HTC Desire 530

Each HTC Desire® 530 has a one-of-a-kind micro-splash pattern that is yours alone (yes, one is unique). Playlists sound bigger and better with HTC BoomSound™. Photos and HD video memories will stand out with the 8 MP main camera and a 5 MP front-facing camera makes selfies a breeze.

Moto Z Droid

The Moto Z Droid packs a big punch. Its stunning 5.5-inch Quad HD AMOLED display is packed in a super-thin metal design. Paired with impressive battery power, quick charging TurboPower™ and the ultra-efficient Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 820 processor, the Droid is built to multi-task.

Samsung Galaxy S8

Big on screen, but small enough to fit in the pocket of your skinny jeans. The 5.8" inch curved display is ready when you want to play games, watch movies and view photos in great detail. The 12MP camera and advanced processor takes sharp, clear photos faster.

Google Pixel

The Google Pixel puts the power ofGoogle search and voice connectivity in your pocket. “OK, Google” are the only words you need to get started. And the more you use it, the more useful it gets. Meanwhile, unlimited storage for photos and videos can be viewed at full resolution in Google Phots. And the reversible USB Type C-powers 7 hours of battery life in just 15 minutes.

 

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