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Redeemable for talk time, text messaging and games. Includes domestic long distance.
Expires within 60 days of the activation date.
Overall Customer Rating
4.1 (33 Reviews)
76% of customers recommend this product.
Verizon Wireless Card
Posted by: stukls from: Newman Lake, WA on
Best Buy forgot to set up the card before sending to my gift recipient, making it a bit embarrassing and a hassle for the recipient. Might want to purchase in-store and send yourself.
31 out of 38 found this review helpful.
Excellent deal! Better than contract plans!
Posted by: GarnerMama from: Garner, NC on
I had a contract with AT&T and was constantly getting overage and data charges. My bill averaged around $150/month. I switched to Verizon and pay $50/month for unlimited data, text, and web. You just can't beat it. I think after taxes and fees, I pay $53.
20 out of 24 found this review helpful.
30 day experation dates are a rip off
Posted by: oregonduckfootball2010 from: springfield oregon on
these verizon calling cards are a big rip off because they do not have enough time to use them before they expire and also if you get a text msg from a company spamming you or if someone emails accidently texes you it gets deducted from the verizon phone card that you bought and it is a real hassel trying to get the money back. the card is a great idea but when you only have 30 days to use it and you don't use it very often your forced to buy more minutes every 30 days and that really adds up. if they are going to offer these phone cards they need to extend the experation date to maybe 4 to 6 months so you don't lose so many minutes every month when the card expires after 30 days unless you buy the $50 or $100 verizon phone cards which offer a longer experation date but in my case the $15 card would be perfect since I do not make alot of calls but I am not going to keep buying these cards every 30 days because the time expired but there are other cell phone calling cards for no contract cell phones out there that have longer experation dates than verizon does.
34 out of 45 found this review helpful.
Posted by: drkac from: cambria on
Didn't know these cards had an expiration date. Not fun if you're giving it as a gift.
25 out of 34 found this review helpful.
its a phone card
Posted by: hugg from: Paducah. ky on
its great that its unlimited but no data is included in this so called unlimited plan its also kind of expensive compared to others such as straight talk, plus service is down a lot and customer service is not that great.
10 out of 12 found this review helpful.
card value not the best.
Posted by: shaky4 from: baltimore, maryland on
Purchasing the card is relatively easy. Also to load it to your phone can be done by phone, text, or online at the website. Also easy. The problem is unlike the at&t go phone which does not deduct money for days which you do not use it. This card does. You have 30 days for $50 unlimited talk, text, and web. So use it as much as possible everyday. Some other cards are also much better deals than this one.
6 out of 6 found this review helpful.
Hey, it's a month's worth of unlimited service.
Posted by: JJ9300 from: Auburn, CA on
For $50 I get unlimited talk , text, and web service for a month. I know there are some companies charging a little less, but I know with Verizon I have coverage just about anywhere I travel.
4 out of 4 found this review helpful.
very easy to use
Posted by: zpaboxer from: catasauquapa on
very easy to reload,instructions are very clear plus unlimited everything is great
3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
Posted by: univacgrl from: San Luis Obispo, CA on
I used this card with the super-basic prepaid calling plan with Verizon, which works out to 25 cents per minute. I don't use the phone that often, and the only reason I bought this large of a card was so that the minutes wouldn't expire very quickly. It's actually a better value to buy the $100 card and keep the minutes from expiring for a whole year.
2 out of 2 found this review helpful.
get what you pay 4
Posted by: cle37 from: auburn al on
i got this to have 30 days unlimited talk text web if you have the money this is the best way to go