Visible is a phone service in an app. $40/mo all-in for unlimited data, messages and minutes all on Verizon's 4G LTE network.
CbsnewsVerizon has quietly launched a startup offering low-cost wireless services. The company, called Visible, is offering U.S. customers unlimited data, messages and minutes for $40 a month service, well below the $73 monthly charge that the average consumer pays for mobile service.
The Denver PostThere's a new mobile service in town for Denverites. Literally. Visible, which opened its headquarters in Denver earlier this year, hopes to attract customers nationwide who want to pay less for unlimited data plans. At $40 a month, Visible's only plan, the service is counting on a low price and stealth, invite-only launch to appeal to customers.
Denver Business JournalVerizon has quietly spawned a startup in Denver that aims to be a new kind of mobile phone service, one that uses the wireless giant's network but charges $40 per month and puts convenience and transparency first. The company, Visible, opened in downtown quietly earlier this year.
CNETVerizon is the most expensive of the Big Four mobile carriers, right? Not anymore. A new offshoot service called Visible is a no-contract prepaid Verizon option priced at $40 per month. What's this all about? Let's take a look at the details. Your $40 buys you unlimited calls, texts and data, all on Verizon's 4G LTE network.
BGRThanks to competitive pressure from T-Mobile (pre-merger T-Mobile, that is), all four major carriers in the US now have unlimited plans. Sure, they're expensive and come with a bunch of caveats -- like the fact that they're not truly unlimited! -- but customers love them very dearly.
GizmodoAt a time when we're all waiting with bated breath to find out if our four major wireless carrier choices will become three, Verizon is funding a new low-cost "competitor." Visible is a startup that's offering unlimited data, minutes, and messaging for just $40 per month. Of course, it has some caveats.
TechCrunchEarlier this year, Verizon quietly launched a new startup called Visible, offering unlimited data, minutes, and messaging services for the low, low price of $40. To subscribe for the service, users simply download the Visible app (currently available only on iOS) and register.