Verizon's rebranded TracFone prepaid service includes Disney+ with some plans

Verizon (Engadget’s former owner) is finally overhauling TracFone’s service following the 2020 acquisition, and the reborn service might pique your interest in the right circumstances. The newly launched Total appears built to compete against big prepaid carriers like AT&T’s Cricket and T-Mobile’s Metro. In addition to more competitive rates than Verizon’s self-branded option (more on that later), you’ll also get a few new perks. Every plan offers 5G and unlimited calling and texts to Canada and Mexico, while unlimited plans now include a Disney+ subscription at either six months for the $50 plan or indefinitely with the $60 tier.

Service starts at $30 per month (you get 5 percent

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