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Verizon discounts prepaid unlimited plan to $65 when you set up autopay

Also, the 7GB plan is bumped to 8GB.

Verizon store in Union Square in New York City

Verizon is serving up some changes for its prepaid plans.

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On Tuesday, Verizon announced a few changes to its prepaid plans to give you a little more bang for your buck.

Starting Nov. 6, Verizon will give customers a $5 discount per line if they set up autopay. These discounts apply to any of the Verizon Prepaid plans that cost $40 or more per month -- so it doesn't apply to the $30 a month 500MB plan.

That discount brings the prepaid plans to $35 per month for 3GB of data, $45 per month for 8GB of data (previously 7GB) and $65 per month for unlimited. You can check out Verizon's lineup in the graphic below:

Verizon's new prepaid plans.


You can also add up to 10 lines with these plans (previously 5 lines), and you can add tablets and Jetpacks for the same price as a phone.

AT&T also recently discounted its prepaid data plans. For AT&T, you get $20 off its unlimited data plan if you set up autopay. That brings its plans to $65 a month (for unlimited data with 10GB of mobile hotspot data and 1080p video streaming) or $45 a month (for just unlimited data). Compare that to Verizon's new $65 per month unlimited data plan (which doesn't include mobile hotspot data).

Be sure to check out CNET's breakdown for a full comparison of unlimited plans on different networks.