After watching their commercial for the umpteenth time, I decided to check out their website. Their plans are very reasonable. The cheapest, which is only $10/month, is a "pay as you go" plan which charges you $.25 for every minute that you are talking on your phone. You can add 300 texts and 30MB of data for only $2.50/month so if you are an infrequent cell phone user you can have service for as little as $20/month (with taxes and fees). The rates increase if you add more prepaid minutes and data up to $90/month for unlimited everything. However, what they don't tell you in the commercials is that you have to buy one of their phones. You can get a flip phone for as low as $35 but if you want a smartphone you are looking at spending at least $80 for an Android and up to $750 for an iPhone 6. They do offer a 5% discount to AARP members. While I would love to leave Verizon, this does not sound like a viable alternative.