Verizon may finally be adding LTE to its prepaid services, according to the folks at Droid Life. This change would will reportedly take effect on July 17th and the carrier will offer this new service through its ALLSET prepaid plans that include unlimited talk, text and 500MB of date for $45 a month. Customers using this off-contract setup can add 500MB of data for $5, 1GB for $10 and 3GB for $20.

It’s unclear if Verizon’s prepaid LTE customers will experience full 4G speeds or if the carrier will throttle connections to reduce network stress. So far rumored prepaid-friendly Android handsets include the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the LG G2. We’ve reached out to Verizon for comment and will update things here if the carrier provides any new details.

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