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Verizon today announced that it is finally adding 4G LTE support to its ALLSET prepaid plans starting on July 17th. This announcement comes just a few weeks after the addition was originally rumored. Starting on July 17th, customers can bring their own devices to ALLSET and use them with LTE data, in addition to using the devices officially offered through ALLSET by Verizon.

As far as prices go, for $45 a month, the plan gets you unlimited talk and text with 500MB of data. Should you need more data, you can pay for BRIDGE DATA, which runs $5 for another 500MB, $10 for 1GB, or $20 for 3GB. It’s important to note, however, that BRIDGE DATA expires after a predetermined number of days ($5 data after 30 days, $10 and $20 after 90 days). If you sign up for autopay, Verizon will give you another 500MB of data for free.

Breaking this down further, you could get 4GB (500MB with the base plan + 500MB free w/ autopay + 3GB of BRIDGE DATA) of data with unlimited talk and text for $65 a month. While that’s not the cheapest option by any means, it’s certainly respectable, especially for having no contracts tied to it.

ALLSET supports any Verizon-compatible device, including the Moto X, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, HTC One, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, and iPhone 5s. You can read more about ALLSET on Verizon’s official blog.