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Verizon MVNO List

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Verizon MVNO carriers

By Rob Webber - Last updated on

Verizon is top dog when it comes to network coverage. And don't they know it. Their plans are painfully pricey.

If you love Verizon but want a cheaper way to use their network, we've got great news.

Verizon MVNOs offer the same service at a fraction of the cost. MVNOs are low-cost carriers that operate on one of the 3 major wireless networks.

There's no contract, so you're free to stay or go. And with a Verizon MVNO, you're getting coverage from the highest-rated network in the US.

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List of Verizon MVNOs

CarrierNetwork(s)
Boom! MobileVerizon & T-Mobile
CREDO MobileVerizon
LivelyVerizon
Net10 WirelessVerizon
Page Plus CellularVerizon
Red PocketAT&T, T-Mobile & Verizon
Spectrum MobileVerizon
Straight TalkT-Mobile, AT&T & Verizon
TingT-Mobile & Verizon
Total WirelessVerizon
TracfoneVerizon, AT&T & T-Mobile
TwigbyVerizon & Sprint
US MobileVerizon & T-Mobile
VisibleVerizon
Xfinity MobileVerizon
WingAT&T, Verizon & T-Mobile
Affinity CellularVerizon
Selectel WirelessVerizon

Verizon MVNOs

US Mobile

US Mobile runs on both Verizon and the T-Mobile network. US Mobile believes in offering simple plans that are great value, and that's just what they do. You're able to customize your own plan based on what you use.

With prepaid contracts, flexibility is their foundation. You can increase or decrease your plan at any time. And their customer service is available 24/7.

Their phone selection is pretty small. But you can save more money by bringing your own phone.


Visible

Visible like to keep things simple. One plan. Unlimited everything.

And that's not it. There are no data speed caps, no coverage gaps, and no extra taxes or fees. The plan even comes with a mobile hotspot.

Visible also offer an option for multiple lines with their Party Pay plan. The more people you add the more discount you get.

Any downsides? As with some low-cost carriers, during busy periods your data speeds can be reduced - aka data deprioritization. If this is a major issue then you may want to check out other MVNO's. With no stores, you will need to be comfortable with dealing with everything online and there is a very limited phone selection.


Twigby

We know we bang on about not needing unlimited data and Twigby offers a low-cost option for those willing to drop their data usage. Their simple plans allow you to customize by selecting the minutes and data you want - so you basically pay for what you actually need.

And don't worry about using more. If your Mom's been filling you in on neighborhood gossip and you go over your minutes, don't worry. Twigby will bump you onto the next tariff up. At the end of the month, it'll reset back to your original plan. No expensive overcharges.


Red Pocket Mobile

With Red Pocket Mobile you can choose any major network in the US for your plan. They piggyback on Verizon, Sprint, T-Mobile and AT&T's network so you can get the same service at half the cost.

No lengthy tie ins, keep your phone and number, no activation fee, and no hassle.

To save more money you can keep your old phone - if it's compatible - and match a low-cost plan that suits your needs. The customer service is only available over the phone or live chat and it's been noted wait times can be lengthy.


Affinity Cellular

Affinity Cellular is an Iowa based carrier. Exclusively available to AAA members you can expect plenty of discounts and rewards. The selection of phones available is limited, but you can bring your own phone as long as it's compatible with Verizon.

Known for their simple and affordable plans, they offer a great range of options, including a plan for emergency use only.


CREDO Mobile

CREDO Mobile is more than a low-cost carrier. They're a company that has a heart at the center of their business.

Committed to progressive social change, they support many nonprofits. They've raised a staggering $90 million to date for progressive causes.

CREDO Mobile started using the Verizon network in 2017. They offer a good range of options, including an unlimited data plan and multiple line plans.


Lively

Lively is a low-cost carrier like no other. They offer plans with two types of phone - the Jitterbug smartphone or Jitterbug flip phone. These devices are super user friendly and Lively will help you or your loved one navigate a new device.

Targeted towards seniors, Lively plans offer features like 5Star, 24/7 access to urgent care to help someone in an emergency.

They're a great carrier if you're in the market for a simple no-contract plan, where you only pay for what you need.


Net10 Wireless

With Net10 Wireless you're fully covered. Piggybacking off all the main networks, coverage is something you won't need to sacrifice. With no contract and a hassle-free way to keep your own phone and number, what's not to love?

If your phone isn't CDMA compatible it may not work on Verizon's network. If you need a new phone you can save hundreds by purchasing a refurbished smartphone.

Net10 Wireless offers a good variety of plans. Don't get stung by their large data plan, other carriers will give you a better deal. The network flexibility and nationwide coverage makes them a great contender though.


Page Plus Cellular

Page Plus is pretty standard. But no matter how you use your phone you'll find a plan to fit. They offer prepaid cell phone plans with nationwide coverage that are simple, convenient, and smart.

We don't reckon you need unlimited data - average data use is between 3 to 5GB. But, if it's a must-have for you, Page Plus offers a decent unlimited plan.

If you're in the market for a new phone, Page Plus also have a great selection of smartphones. Finance options are available, or you could save yourself hundreds of dollars with a refurbished smartphone instead.


Spectrum Mobile

If you're a Spectrum internet customer, you're in luck. Spectrum Mobile is exclusively available to their home internet customers. But there's another catch. You'll also need to sign up to auto pay and meet their credit requirements.

They do offer unlimited talk and text, no contracts, and taxes and fees are included. There's also unlimited data options.

If you're happy with your Spectrum internet service than signing up for a cell phone plan is a great way to save money. With no contracts you can cancel at any time if you're not happy.


Total Wireless

Total Wireless can hook you up with some great deals on multiple lines.

If you're looking for a great deal Total Wireless offers some of the best shared plans to help cut your bill in half. All Total Wireless plans include unlimited talk and text with a range of data limits to choose from.

There are some bad reviews around customer service which has room for improvement. But if you want to save your dollars and you love the Verizon network this may be a good option.


Tracfone

Tracfone is one of the longest running alternative carriers. They also own multiple other low-cost carriers which they run across all four major networks.

With no contracts and no extra costs you don't have to sacrifice quality.


Xfinity Mobile

Xfinity Mobile offers a variety of plans depending on your data usage. But just like Spectrum Mobile, you're not able to access a plan with Xfinity unless you already have their home internet service.

If you do have Xfinity home internet the great news is you'd get Verizon's network and Xfinity's network of Wi-Fi hotspots when signing up for a cell phone plan.

Exclusively for their internet customers, they do have an unlimited data option. But there are plenty of other low-cost carriers more widely available with cheaper deals.


Verizon MVNO plans

CarrierDataPrice
Twigby 4GB data plan4GB$10** $10 Off for 3 Months
US Mobile 5GB plan5GB$15* Free 10 Day Trial
Twigby 10GB data plan10GB$20** $10 Off for 3 Months
US Mobile unlimited data planUnltd$35* Free 10 Day Trial
Red Pocket 100GB plan100GB$50

Verizon MVNO list FAQs

Which MVNOs use Verizon towers?

Red Pocket, Twigby, and US Mobile, are just some of the MVNOs that are powered by Verizon towers.

What is a Verizon MVNO?

Verizon MVNOs are low-cost carriers that offer cheap cell phone plans on the Verizon 5G and 4G LTE wireless networks.


Recap

With MVNOs using the Verizon network you can expect flexibility, freedom and a plan that's 50% cheaper than going direct. No more long contracts.

You can also compare cheap cell phone plans from other low-cost carriers. Why not save even more by paying for what you need. We know running out of data is a pain, but with the average data use between 3 to 5GB, check whether you really need unlimited data by using our data usage calculator.

With each low-cost carrier being tailored toward specific needs you'll find basic talk and text only plans to unlimited data plans.

Rob Webber
Rob Webber

Rob has 15+ years experience in the US and UK running price comparison sites for cell phone plans, smartphone deals, TV, and internet. He loves thinking outside of the box to build tools that empower consumers to make more informed decisions.