Prepaid Plans and Service FAQs

General Information

  1. What is Verizon Wireless prepaid service?

    Prepaid service lets you pay in advance for monthly voice, text and data services on your mobile device. There's no credit check, deposit or long-term contract required like you'd have with a standard account (which gives you a bill for your usage at the end of each month).

    You can choose from several monthly plan options that include different high speed data allowances for a set price. As the balance of your high speed data allowance gets low or your service expiration date approaches, you can make a payment to your account to keep your service active.

    Managing your prepaid account is convenient, and you can do it anytime online or from your smartphone:

  2. Where can I use my prepaid service?

    Prepaid service is available in the Prepaid Rate and Coverage Area. To see where prepaid service is available:

    1. Go to our Interactive coverage map.
    2. Tap or click the Menu icon in the top left corner of the map.
    3. Select Prepaid.

    The prepaid coverage map will display.

    Calls made or received outside of this calling area will be charged at a roaming rate. See the Prepaid International page for rate details.

    Note: If your smartphone can use Wi-Fi Calling and the feature is turned on, you can call from anywhere with a Wi-Fi connection. Wi-Fi calls to US phone numbers are free, even while traveling internationally.

  3. What features are available with my prepaid service?

    Your prepaid service includes:

    Optional features (additional charges may apply):

    Visit the Features page in My Verizon to manage your optional features.

    *Voicemail may not be available in some areas. Voice mailboxes not set up within 60 days will be canceled. Airtime and other charges are incurred when using voicemail from your mobile phone. Mobile to Mobile Calling minutes don't apply to voicemail retrievals, and you'll be charged to maintain your connection to voicemail. Verizon Wireless is not responsible for missed messages or deletions of messages from your voice mailbox, even if you have saved them.
    **Must have a compatible device. Mobile Hotspot isn't available on Prepaid Unlimited.

  4. What phones can I use with Verizon Wireless prepaid service?

    You can view all prepaid phones and other devices that are available for purchase on our Prepaid Shop page.

    You can also check online for the prepaid eligibility of a phone you already have (including iPhone®):

    1. Go to the Bring Your Own Device page.
    2. Enter the requested information (including your Device ID and SIM ID).

      Note: Instructions for how to find that info is in the Device ID & Info section of the Device Support page for your phone.

    3. Tap or click Add to cart & pick a plan to see what standard and prepaid plans your phone is eligible for.

    Learn more about bringing your own device on our Bring Your Own Device FAQs page.

  5. What prepaid plans are available?

    We have several monthly plans available for smartphones and basic phones that include a flat monthly access fee. Depending on your needs, you can choose between a monthly plan with unlimited minutes, text and data or a plan that has a set amount for these features.

    There are also several Data Only plans available for your tablets and other data devices.

    Check out our Prepaid Shop page to view all the options and find the right plan that fits your needs.

  6. How do I get a prepaid plan?

    You can sign up for a prepaid plan online or by visiting a Verizon Wireless store or Authorized Retailer.

  7. How do I activate my new Verizon Wireless prepaid phone?

    Once you've signed up for prepaid services, refer to one of the options below to activate your phone.

    • If you’re creating a new Verizon account:

      1. Turn on your new phone.
      2. Tap New Customer.
      3. Follow the onscreen instructions.
    • If you’re adding a line to an existing Verizon account (setting up a Prepaid Family Account):

      1. Turn on your new phone.
      2. Tap Existing Customer.
      3. Follow the onscreen instructions.

    If you aren’t able to activate your phone using the instructions above, you can activate your prepaid phone online or call (866) 893-7723.

  8. Do I need to make a call from my device to fully activate my service?

    Yes, you need to make a call from your device to complete your activation. If you don't make a call from your device within 60 days of adding funds to your account, any funds you added to your account will be forfeited and your service will be disconnected.

  9. What is Carryover Data?

    Carryover Data lets you keep your unused, high speed data until the end of the following month. It's only included on select older prepaid monthly plans that are no longer available.

    Learn more in our Carryover Data FAQs.

  10. What is Always-On Data?

    Our Always-On Data feature lets you stay online and connected for the rest of your monthly billing cycle at speeds of 128 kbps, even after you've used all of your high speed data.

    Always-On Data is always on and available at no additional charge. There's no account or phone setting to turn on.

    You can purchase more high speed data through My Verizon or the My Verizon app on your prepaid smartphone.

  11. Can I call international locations with my prepaid service?

    Yes, with prepaid service you can make calls to international locations at your per-minute rate plus the per-minute charges found on the Prepaid International Calling page.

    If you frequently call other countries, we offer:

    International networks can change frequently, so certain locations may not be available at all times. Pricing is subject to change without notice. Unlimited night and/or weekend minutes don't apply to international calls.

  12. Can I use my prepaid service while traveling internationally?

    Yes, you can use your prepaid phone for calling and texting in certain countries. For information, visit our Prepaid International Travel FAQs.

    For a low daily rate, you can add TravelPass® to your prepaid plan. It lets you take your talk, text, and data allowances with you while traveling to many countries. Learn more in our Prepaid TravelPass FAQs.

  13. Can I call directory assistance (411 Search) from my Verizon Wireless prepaid phone?

    Yes, you can call 411 from your prepaid phone. A live operator will assist you when you request numbers, addresses and information for anything from restaurants and movies to the nearest florist.

    Calls to 411 Search are $1.99/call. If you don't have unlimited minutes, you'll also be charged airtime. You must have a balance on your account to cover the cost of the call.

  14. Am I charged for retrieving my voicemail messages from my prepaid phone?

    If you don't have unlimited minutes, you'll incur airtime and other charges when retrieving voicemail messages from your prepaid phone. Mobile to Mobile Calling minutes don't apply to voicemail retrievals.

  15. Can I use HD Voice on my prepaid device?

    You can use HD Voice on your prepaid device if it's compatible with HD Voice and if the HD Voice feature is turned on.

    For more information, refer to the HD Voice FAQs for your phone's operating system:

Prepaid Monthly Plans

  1. What are prepaid monthly plans?

    Monthly plans are prepaid plans that are available for both smartphones and basic phones. They give you the freedom and flexibility to enjoy all the features of your phone with no annual contract or hidden fees.

    With a monthly plan, you'll pay a set monthly access fee in advance to use your phone. Depending on the plan you choose, you'll have an allowance of minutes, texts or data that you can use during that monthly cycle for no additional charge. To renew your plan for another month, you simply pay the next access fee prior to your monthly renewal date. Monthly plans renew on the same date every month, regardless of how many days there are in the month.

    There are different pricing and allowance options to choose from, so you can find the right plan to meet your needs.

    Learn more about:

  2. What prepaid monthly plan options are currently available?

    There are currently several monthly plan options for prepaid smartphones, tablets and Jetpack® devices that offer different data amounts:

    • $30 Monthly plan - Includes:
      • Unlimited Talk & Text to the US
      • Unlimited Text to over 200 international destinations including Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico
      • 500 MB of high speed data
      • Always-On Data
      • Mobile Hotspot*
    • $40 Monthly plan - Includes:
      • Unlimited Talk & Text to the US
      • Unlimited Text to over 200 international destinations including Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico
      • 3 GB of high speed data
      • Always-On Data
      • Mobile Hotspot*
      • Save $5/month with Auto Pay enrollment
      • Save $10/month with Prepaid Family Account
    • $50 Monthly plan - Includes:
      • Unlimited Talk & Text to the US
      • Unlimited Talk to Mexico and Canada
      • Unlimited Text to over 200 international destinations, including Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico
      • 8 GB of high speed data
      • Always-On Data
      • Mobile Hotspot*
      • Save $5/month with Auto Pay enrollment
      • Save $15/month with Prepaid Family Account
    • $70 Unlimited monthly plan - Includes:
      • Unlimited Talk & Text to the US
      • Unlimited Talk to Mexico & Canada
      • Unlimited Text to over 200 international destinations, including Canada, Mexico and Puerto Rico
      • Unlimited high speed data**
      • Save $5/month with Auto Pay enrollment
      • Save $20/month with Prepaid Family Account

    You can also purchase additional data through My Verizon if you reach your high speed data limit during the month (not applicable on Prepaid Unlimited).

    For more details, go to our Prepaid Shop page.

    Video streams up to 480p for smartphones and 1080p for tablets and Jetpacks. We may prioritize your data behind other customers during times/places of network congestion.
    *Available on capable devices.
    **Not available for machine-to-machine services.

  3. Is there a monthly plan option for prepaid basic phones?

    Yes, prepaid basic phones are eligible for the $30 monthly plan, which gives you Unlimited Talk and Text and 500 MB of data.

    For more details, go to our Prepaid Shop page.

  4. How much data do I need with my prepaid plan?

    Many things you do on a mobile device require data, like accessing the internet, streaming music and using GPS.

    While your usage may be different than others, here's a general idea of how much data an average person with certain usage habits may use each month:

    You mostly talk and text, but use social media occasionally Less than 2 GB/month
    You stream music, upload photos on social media and browse the internet 3 - 4 GB/month
    You stream video and are always online 6 - 8 GB/month

    These numbers are approximate and don't represent your personal data usage. Visit My Verizon to see your personal data usage.

    When signing up for a new data plan, we recommend that you look at your history of data usage in My Verizon if you have any.

    Also, if you sign up for a plan and find you use more or less data than expected, you can change your plan in My Verizon to better fit your usage needs.

  5. How can I monitor my data usage on my prepaid account?

    You can check your usage a number of ways at any time:

  6. How much Carryover Data can I have?

    Carryover Data is only included on certain older prepaid monthly plans that are no longer available. If you have one of these plans, you can continue using it. But we encourage you to consider switching to a new prepaid monthly plan, which may offer a better value.

    If you have Carryover Data on your plan, unused high speed data from your monthly plan allowance will round up to the nearest megabyte (MB). It will carry over to your next monthly plan cycle when your plan renews on time (i.e., there must be sufficient funds in your account when your plan reaches its expiration date).

    The maximum amount of Carryover Data you can have is equal to the amount of high-speed data that is included with your monthly plan (e.g., if your plan includes 3 GB of high-speed data each month, you can have up to 3 GB of Carryover Data).

  7. Does my Carryover Data expire?

    Carryover Data is only included on certain older prepaid monthly plans that are no longer available. If you have one of these plans, you can continue using it. But we encourage you to consider switching to a new prepaid plan, which may offer a better value.

    If you have Carryover Data on your plan, your unused Carryover Data will automatically expire after 30 days, or if your plan renewal payment isn't received on or before your plan's expiration date.

  8. Which prepaid monthly plans are eligible for Carryover Data?

    Only select older prepaid monthly plans include Carryover Data. It's not included in any plans that are currently available to sign up for.

    To see if your current plan includes Carryover Data, go to the My Plan page in My Verizon.

  9. What will my Always-On Data experience be like with reduced speeds of 128 kbps?

    There will be no impact to calling and texting, but the impact on apps depends on how much data the app uses. Video streaming and audio streaming may be impacted while at reduced data speeds.

    Note: You won't experience any reduction in speed while using Wi-Fi.

  10. If my high speed data allowance runs out, should I use Always-On Data at a reduced speed at no charge, or should I buy more high speed data?

    It's your call. If you have more basic internet needs, reduced speeds may suit you for the moment. If your online activities require more data, like video streaming and audio streaming, you can buy more high speed data for a better experience.

  11. Will I be notified that my speeds may be slowed down and the Always-On Data option is on?

    Yes, we'll text you before your high speed data automatically switches to the Always-On Data 128 kbps speeds.

    High speed data will automatically return at the start of your next bill cycle.

    Note: If you're on a prepaid unlimited data plan, you won't be notified if your data speeds are reduced due to network congestion. Your high speed data will automatically return as soon as you're no longer in a congested area.

  12. How do I purchase more high speed data if I need to?

    You can purchase more high speed data through My Verizon.*

    If you consistently find that you need more data, you can purchase a plan with a larger monthly data allowance anytime.

    *Not applicable on prepaid unlimited data plans.

  13. Can I use Mobile Hotspot on Prepaid Unlimited?

    Mobile Hotspot isn't included on Prepaid Unlimited. If using Mobile Hotspot is important to you, consider one of our other prepaid monthly plans or a standard unlimited plan, like Above Unlimited.

  14. Can I purchase "pay as you go data" if I don't pay the full monthly access fee of my monthly plan?

    No, only active and funded monthly plans can use data. You'll need to pay your full monthly access fee to use data on your device. There's no "pay as you go" data rate.

    Note: Pay as you go plans are no longer available to new accounts. But if you're already using a pay as you go or daily plan, you can continue to do so.

Making Payments

  1. How do I make payments to my prepaid account?

    There are a number of ways you can refill your prepaid account:

    • Online from a computer:
      • In My Verizon - Go to the Add Funds page in My Verizon for prepaid.

        To learn more, visit the Payment section of the My Verizon for Prepaid FAQs and How to Use Guide.

      • Not signed in to My Verizon - Go to the Prepaid Instant Pay page and follow the onscreen instructions.

        You can use this option if you aren't registered for My Verizon yet or don't have your My Verizon ID and password.
    • My Verizon app: Go to the Payment page in the My Verizon app on your prepaid smartphone.

      For step-by-step instructions, refer to our App How to Use Guide.

    • Auto Pay: Set up Auto Pay in My Verizon to automatically refill your account the same time each month or when it reaches a specific amount.

      Plus, you can receive a $5/month per line discount on select monthly plans when you enroll in Auto Pay.

    • #Functions: Manage your account from your prepaid device by dialing the below #function:
      • #PMT (#768) to make a payment
  2. How long does it take for a payment to be applied to my prepaid account?

    All payments are immediately applied to your account.

  3. When do payments I've made to my prepaid account expire?

    That depends on when you signed up for your prepaid plan.

    • I signed up for my prepaid plan AFTER 11/6/18

      As long as you renew your plan within 60 days of the expiration date, your account will stay active and your payments won't expire.

      If you don't renew your plan, your account will be deactivated on the 61st day after your plan's expiration date. At that point, any funds in your account will expire, and you'll lose your phone number.

    • I signed up for my prepaid plan BEFORE 11/6/18

      Once applied to your account, payments expire as follows:
    Payment Amount
    Expires In
    $0.01 - 29.99
    30 days
    $30 - 74.99
    90 days
    $75 - 99.99
    180 days
    $100 or more
    365 days

    If you make a payment to your account before your expiration date, any unused balance will carry over and expire on your new expiration date.

  4. What is Prepaid Instant Pay?

    Prepaid Instant Pay is an online payment option that lets you make a one-time payment to your prepaid account without signing in to My Verizon.

    To use Prepaid Instant Pay:

    1. Go to the Prepaid Instant Pay page.
    2. Enter your prepaid mobile number and billing ZIP code.
    3. Check the I'm not a robot box, and tap or click Next.
    4. Select a method of payment, and tap or click Next.
      • Refill card:
        • Enter your refill card PIN.
        • Check the I'm not a robot box.
      • Credit or debit card:
        • Enter your card and billing information, and tap or click Next.
        • If prompted, select the correct address, and tap or click Next.
        • Enter the amount you want to add to your prepaid account, and tap or click Next.
        • Review the transaction information to make sure it's accurate.
    5. Tap or click Confirm.


    You've successfully added funds to your prepaid account.

  5. What is Auto Pay and how does it work for a prepaid account?

    Auto Pay is a service that lets you set up automatic payments for your prepaid account. Your payments will be deducted automatically from a credit card (Visa®, Discover®, American Express® or MasterCard® only).

    Monthly plans - Your Auto Pay payment will be automatically aligned to your plan's expiration date. If there's an existing account balance at the time of renewal, it will use the remaining balance first. Then it will charge the rest of the costs to your credit/debit card. With any service changes, including plan changes and recurring features, we'll automatically update the amount and date of your Auto Pay charge. Plus, you can save $5/month per line off select monthly plans.

    Daily plans - If you have a daily plan, you have an additional Pay by Low Balance option for Auto Pay. You can select a payment amount to be automatically applied to your account at either of the following times:

    • When your balance reaches or drops below $5
    • 2 days before your expiration date

    Note: Pay by Low Balance is only available for payments made with a major credit card. Debit and co-branded cards are not eligible for Auto Pay by Low Balance at this time.

    If you're signed up for Auto Pay, you can make an additional payment to add more funds through the My Verizon app or online.

  6. How do I set up Auto Pay and start using it on my prepaid account online?

    You can set up Auto Pay and start using it right from the home screen of the My Verizon app. Or you can set up Auto Pay online by going to the Manage Auto Pay page in My Verizon.

    For step-by-step instructions, refer to our How To Use Guides for Prepaid My Verizon:

  7. How do I get the prepaid Auto Pay discount?

    To get the Auto Pay discount, you must switch to one of the following current prepaid monthly plans and set up Auto Pay:

    • $40 Monthly - 3 GB
    • $50 Monthly - 8 GB
    • $70 Unlimited

    Note: If you signed up for the $40 Monthly or $50 Monthly plan before 11/6/18, you need to switch to the new version of the same plan in order to receive the Auto Pay discount.

    You can change your plan in My Verizon.

  8. Where can I find the prepaid Auto Pay Terms & Conditions?

    The Prepaid Auto Pay Terms & Conditions are available online.

  9. Where can I purchase a refill card for my prepaid account?

    You can purchase refill cards from a Verizon Wireless store.

  10. How do I add a refill card or PIN to my prepaid account online?

    You can add a refill card or PIN to your account online by entering your refill card number or PIN in My Verizon.

  11. What should I do if I can't use the refill card or PIN to add money to my prepaid account?

    If you're unable to use a refill card or PIN to add money to your account, please contact Prepaid Customer Service at (888) 294-6804.

  12. My prepaid plan has a monthly access fee. What if I can't pay the full amount on my due date?

    If you're on a monthly prepaid plan and you don't have enough funds in your account to cover the full monthly access fee, you won't be able to use your device until you've paid the full amount of your monthly access fee.

    Note: Your monthly access fee due date is different than your account expiration date, which is based on the last time you made a payment to your prepaid account. If you don't make a payment to your account before the expiration date, any remaining balance may be lost and you could lose your mobile number.

  13. What happens if I don't make a payment before the expiration date on my prepaid account?

    A new expiration date is set each time you make a payment to your account, and it's based on the amount you pay. View payment expiration chart.

    If you don't make another payment before the expiration date, any remaining balance on your account will be lost and you may not be able to keep your mobile number.

Managing Your Prepaid Account

  1. How can I view detailed account information for my prepaid account?

    You can view your account information in the My Verizon app on your phone or online from the My Verizon Home page.

  2. What are the rates, allowances and other plan details for my current prepaid plan?

    You can see specific rates, allowances and other details for the prepaid plan you currently have on the My Plan page in My Verizon.

  3. How can I check my account balance and expiration date for my prepaid plan?

    You can check your account balance and expiration date through any of the following methods:

    • My Verizon app on your prepaid smartphone
    • The My Verizon Home page online
    • Call the following # numbers from your prepaid phone airtime-free for account information:
      • #BAL (#225) - Account balance
      • #PMT (#768) - Payment information
    • Call (888) 294-6804 from any phone and follow the prompts
  4. Can I change my current prepaid plan to a new prepaid plan?

    If you have an eligible device, you can change your current prepaid plan once per bill cycle:

    If you don't have an eligible device, you can purchase a compatible prepaid phone and plan online or at a Verizon Wireless store.

  5. What happens when I change my monthly prepaid plan?

    You won't be able to carry over minutes or data allowances when you change your monthly prepaid plan. If you're currently enrolled in a monthly prepaid plan and would like to change to a different monthly plan, we suggest you make the change close to your renewal date.

  6. Can I change my prepaid mobile number?

    You can change your mobile number for your prepaid device online in My Verizon.

    Visit our Change Mobile Number FAQs for more information.

Prepaid Lost/Stolen Suspension

  1. What is a Lost/Stolen Suspension?

    If your prepaid device is lost or stolen, you can temporarily suspend your service in My Verizon to prevent unauthorized usage and charges on your account.

  2. My prepaid phone has been lost or stolen. How do I suspend my service?

    If your prepaid device has been lost or stolen, go to the Suspend Service page in My Verizon to suspend your line and prevent unauthorized use. For step-by-step instructions, refer to the Suspend Service section in the My Verizon for Prepaid How to Use Guide.

  3. If I suspend my prepaid service because my device was lost or stolen, will my device be usable?

    Once you suspend your service, your prepaid device will be blocked from the Verizon network for calls, messages or data until you restore service. Additionally, while your prepaid device is suspended, you won't be able to activate it on any Verizon Wireless account.

    However, if your suspended device has Wi-Fi, it can still be connected to a Wi-Fi network. Suspending your service won't prevent others from being able to access the content and apps on your device, especially if you're not using a password or other security to protect your phone.

  4. Can Verizon help track down my lost prepaid device?

    No, we don't provide assistance finding a lost device. But depending on your device's operating system, you may be able to try to locate it. Refer to our How to Find Your Phone page for options.

    If you believe your device may have been stolen, for your safety, do not attempt to locate the device. Instead, contact the police to report the theft.

  5. How do I reconnect my suspended prepaid device?

    To reconnect a device that was voluntarily suspended, go to the Settings page in My Verizon and tap or click Reconnect Device.

    You can also reconnect with a different device if you needed to get a replacement.

    For step-by-step instructions, refer to the Reconnect Your Service section in the My Verizon for Prepaid How to Use Guide.

    Note: If your device was suspended due to lack of payment, you'll need to add funds to your account to reconnect your service.

  6. Can I add money to my prepaid account when it is in a suspended status?

    No, you can't add any funds to your account while it's suspended.

    Note: If you're the Account Owner on a Prepaid Family Account, you'll still be able to manage and fund your account, even while your line is suspended.

  7. What functions will be disabled when my phone has been suspended?

    As long as your account is suspended, you'll have limited or no access to the following:

    • Manage Auto Pay
    • Change your plan
    • Change your data allowance
    • Manage features
    • Change your device

    Note: If you're the Account Owner on a Prepaid Family Account, you'll still be able to manage and fund your account, even while your line is suspended.

  8. What if I have Auto Pay on my account?

    Single Line Account: Once your device suspension takes effect, all future Auto Pay transaction activities will be suspended for as long as your device is suspended. However, your Auto Pay account indicator function isn't turned off, therefore we suggest that you manually turn off your Auto Pay function for as long as your account is in a suspended status. You'll have the option to manually turn off Auto Pay when you suspend your service, or you can turn it off from the Settings menu in My Verizon and the My Verizon app.

    Prepaid Family Account: If you're the Account Owner on a Prepaid Family Account, your Auto Pay will continue working as normal, even while your line is suspended. You'll be able to manage Auto Pay and fund your account as usual.

  9. How do I manually turn off Auto Pay when I suspend my prepaid service?

    When you suspend your prepaid service on the Suspend Service page, you can turn off Auto Pay by checking the box next to Turn off auto pay so you don't get charged every month.

    If you already suspended your service and didn't select the option to manually turn off Auto Pay, you can turn it off from the Settings screen in the My Verizon app.

    Note: If you're the Account Owner on a Prepaid Family Account, you're still responsible to pay for all lines on your account, even while your line is suspended. If one of your Account Member lines is suspended, your Auto Pay amount will automatically adjust to not include the suspended line's monthly charges.

  10. Why am I still being charged when my service is suspended?

    Single Line Account: Your service is in suspended mode, not disconnected. It will remain suspended until you reconnect service. If your account has available funds, we'll continue to debit your account for any services or features. If there isn't any activity after 90 days, your number will be disabled and your account will be closed. Remember, you can always reconnect service on your existing device or another device.

    Prepaid Family Account: If the Account Owner line is suspended, you'll continue to be billed for that line, even while it's suspended. Only Account Member lines can be suspended without billing. For more information about Prepaid Family Accounts and how to transfer account ownership, go to our Prepaid Family Account FAQs.

  11. What should I do if I find my lost prepaid device after suspending service?

    If you find your lost prepaid device and want to reconnect service, go to the Settings page in My Verizon and tap or click Reconnect Device. Once you reconnect service, you'll be able to call, text and use data over the Verizon network again.

    For step-by-step instructions, refer to the Reconnect Service section of the My Verizon for Prepaid How to Use Guide.

  12. What if I want to discontinue my service?

    If you would like to cancel your service, call Prepaid Customer Service at (888) 294-6804.

Moving Your Service

  1. Can I use my Verizon prepaid phone with a different wireless carrier?

    Yes, you can move your Verizon prepaid phone to a different wireless carrier.

    If you purchased a Phone-in-a-Box prepaid phone, certain restrictions apply. Please refer to our Device Unlocking Policy for more information.

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