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Verizon INpulse customers get unlimited messaging

One of the biggest customer complaints about Verizon INpulse is the lack of text messaging bundles. Well, your complaints have been heard, and now they have been answered. Verizon has announced an unlimited messaging plan for INpulse subscribers. Well, unlimited to other Verizon subscribers. The plan will also provide 250 text, video, and picture messages to subscribers of other carriers, so you can get your fill all month long. The price: $10 per month.


“The addition of our new messaging bundle for prepay gives our customers the freedom to send and receive messages at an affordable monthly rate,” said Jeff Dietel, vice president — marketing operations for Verizon Wireless. “Messaging has become a natural and effective form of communication for our customers, and by offering these bundles we can offer our prepay customers access to the benefits of Verizon Wireless’ messaging services which, like their voice calls, run on the nation’s most reliable wireless network.”

Once again, we see the trend continuing of carriers improving their prepaid offerings. After most of the major carriers upped the ante with voice options, Verizon now gives options to heavy messengers.

The question, to me, is of their motivation. Are they trying to attract more people to their prepaid service? Or are they reacting to a greater level of prepaid activations due to America’s stagnating economy? Either way, this works out for consumers, so the motivation isn’t critical. Yet it would be telling.

3 Responses

  1. PrepaidWirelessGuy Says

    This is a smart move for Verizon. Prepaid customers are no longer second class customers; they demand high quality and value. I strongly believe that prepaid will become the preferred way to pay, as it provides great flexibility, and customers no longer have to sacrifice advanced services.

    Cheers,
    PrepaidWirelessGuy
    http://www.prepaid-wireless-guide.com


    Posted on July 11th, 2008 at 11:49 am
  2. miki Says

    you need to put the number to call to get this plan it would be so much easier for the customers

    thank you
    and have a great evening


    Posted on September 4th, 2009 at 7:48 pm
  3. Bill Says

    Verizon prepaid customers or not afforded the same services as contract customers. If your prepaid with a smartphone and shelling out the big bucks for your bill each month, they will tell you that you can install the Verizon app and monitor your monthly usage. There is no app or website available for prepaid customers to view their data usage.


    Posted on February 3rd, 2013 at 1:37 am

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