Verizon Family and Verizon MVNO Family Plans Compared

     Does Verizon’s More Everything Family plan really offer more of everything?  This Verizon MVNO list compares Verizon’s More Everything Family plan with various Verizon MVNOs and no contract prepaid wireless family plans.  At the moment there are only five total plans available to compare.  Verizon is by far the most expensive, but for the time being is one of only two providers to offer 4G LTE coverage. Verizon does offer cheaper plans than what is listed here, but only if you agree to sign up for their edge program.  The savings is small if you are a two or three person family, however if you have a four person family they lower the plan rate by $100.  If you are interested in signing up for Verizon you may save more money with their prepaid single line plans.

The Best and Cheapest Verizon Prepaid MVNO Family Cell Phone Plans

(The plans listed represent what we feel is each Verizon MVNOs best offering for smartphones)

Prepaid Provider Minutes/Texts Included Data/Line Number Of Lines Total Price $
Total Wireless
Walmart Exclusive
unlimited/unlimited  8 GB shared
12 GB shared
15 GB shared
2
3
4
60
85
100
Affinity Cellular (for AAA members) 1000/15,000 shared 2.5 GB 3G Shared 2
3
58+
58+
NET10 wireless(1) unlimited/unlimited 5 GB 4G LTE then throttled to 64 kbps 2
3
4
85
125
165
Verizon More Everything unlimited/unlimited  3 GB LTE shared
6 GB shared
12 GB shared
2
3
4
85
120
160
Ready Mobile unlimited/unlimited 5 GB shared 3G 2
3
4
85
105
125
  1. 1= Net10 Wireless.  Plans shown show pricing with autopay enabled.
  2.   With Verizon More Everything Plans, discount pricing is available if you signup for their EDGE program and is as follows, for 2 lines price becomes $120, 3 lines $125, and 4 lines $140

 

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More Everything offers discounts for fully paid devices, not just EDGE.
$15 per line for 4GB and less plans.
$25 per line for 6GB and more plans.

It actually cheaper to have 4 lines on the 6/8/10GB plans than the 4GB plan.

Also there are tons of corporate discounts. Chances are, if you work for a national company there’s a discount.

I just switched after learning I can get 15% off based on where I work.
Was looking at MVNOs to get LTE support and add a 4th line and Verizon ended up being cheaper with more data.

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