Droid Life claims to have "sources" who say that come July 17th Verizon is going to grant access to its LTE pipeline to it's prepaid customers. That's great if you for some reason have or are considering switching over to Verizon Prepaid. You'll also have the option to bring your own Verizon compatible smartphone to the service. I highly advise against signing up for this prepaid plan though given it is much more expensive than Verizon's MVNO offerings (like Page Plus Cellular) and Verizon's native coverage is so extensive you generally don't have to worry about not having the ability to roam which is something MVNO's often lack.
There could be one deal breaker here though, if Verizon does not come through and finally offer LTE to it's MVNO partners like the other major carriers already do, this prepaid plan would be your best and cheapest Verizon single line offering if you are in need of LTE. On the bright side, for a limited time Verizon is throwing in an extra 500mb of data to those of you on prepaid that are signed up for Auto Pay. This means that with a 1 GB bridge data add on you could effectively get 2 GB of LTE data with unlimited talk and text for $55. Unused bridge data gets carried over from month for up to 90 days.