Last week Verizon announced their new tweaked plans which essentially give you more data for more money. The new plans also feature a "Safety Mode" which once toggled on allows you to instantly switch over to slower throttled data once you have reached your paid limit. The throttled data is unlimited and you won't incur overage charges if Safety Mode is enabled. Sources say that Verizon will also be bringing the same treatment to the Prepaid plans. "Always-On Data" does not require you to turn on the feature. It automatically kicks in once you have reached your monthly allowance. Once your 4G limit is reached you will be dropped down to 128Kbps. That is ridiculously slow. This may encourage you to up your 4G limit or at least this is what Verizon is banking on im sure.