Verizon has a new $99 smartphone plan in Australia that lets you choose to pay for it as an add-on and also lets you pay with a credit card.
The $99 plan is available only to people who have signed up for a Verizon SIM card, but you can also sign up for the plan with a mobile wallet, which can be loaded with a number of credit cards and pay cards.
It’s not available to people on existing contract plans, but it’s also not available on the new $49 unlimited plans.
Verizon says the new plan is compatible with all Verizon phones and offers a better deal than the one you’ll see on most of the major carriers.
This is an update to an earlier story, which described a new, $49-plus smartphone plan that Verizon is offering for the same $99 price as the one it’s offering now.
The Verge has reached out to Verizon for comment.
The phone plan is still available to buy with a Visa prepaid card, which means you’ll need to use one of the other Visa prepaid plans that are available for $9.99 per month.
It doesn’t appear that this new phone plan will offer any of the new Verizon phone features we’ve come to expect, including the ability to connect to Verizon’s VoLTE network.
The new $29 plan also comes with Verizon’s new $30 data plan that lets customers pay for data via a credit or debit card.
This $29 data plan is the only option that lets Verizon customers use their credit or mobile wallet to pay.
Verizon’s $49 plans have always been available with a SIM card and can be bought for $59.99, but Verizon has always said that you can buy a $49 plan with any of its other prepaid plans for $29.99.
Verizon is not saying what the new smartphone plan is, or whether it’ll be available to anyone with an existing Verizon SIM, but we’ve reached out for more information.