Verizon adds ultra-low-cost plan to prepaid lineup, also offers small unlimited discount

Verizon’s prepaid plans get just a little better today, starting at $30 a month with 500MB high-speed data and setting you back as much as $75 if you need unlimited service.

MetroPCS sets a new standard for unlimited family affordability, free phones thrown in for switchers

Four unlimited lines of MetroPCS prepaid service are only $100 a month in total right now, with a bunch of free phones up for grabs for switchers.

Verizon makes it cheaper for families with up to five members to get prepaid service

Verizon’s recently beefed-up prepaid plans are now also cheaper with family accounts. That includes unlimited discounts for lines 2 through 5.

AT&T Prepaid officially takes GoPhone’s place, sign up now and get two months free

AT&T Prepaid is the logical new name of the carrier’s service previously known as GoPhone, with new lines eligible for two free months (of the first 12).

Virgin Mobile is now all about iPhones, and its unlimited service costs $1 for a full year

Virgin Mobile has nothing but iPhones on sale starting today, which you can activate on an unlimited plan that’s basically free for the first year.

Verizon’s unlimited prepaid plan is still $80 a month, but cheaper options include more data than before

Verizon still doesn’t seem fully committed to the unlimited data concept, improving every other prepaid option starting next week.