Total Wireless is a pre-paid mobile carrier in the United States, which has been owned by Verizon for almost a year now. Under new management, Total Wireless is now “Total by Verizon,” with updated mobile plans that could save you some money.
Total by Verizon is positioned as a new budget brand for Verizon, similar to Metro by T-Mobile (formerly MetroPCS) and AT&T’s Cricket Wireless. Just like before, the phones and plans are available online, and in stores like Walmart and Target. You can buy a new device from Total, or bring your own — assuming it’s carrier-unlocked and compatible with Verizon’s network.
The cheapest plan for $30 per month includes unlimited calls and texts (including to Canada and Mexico), 5 GB of high-speed data, and 5 GB of hotspot data. Jumping to $40/month gets you 15 GB of mobile data and hotspot data. Finally, there are two “unlimited” plans, for $50 or $60/mo. The cheaper one has less hotspot data available, while the more expensive one includes a subscription to Disney+. Adding more lines and enabling automatic payments slightly lowers…
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